Xseed Will Try To Bring Ys: The Ark of Napishtim To PC

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Ys: The Ark of Napishtim is another Falcom game that Xseed are interested in bringing to Steam, the publisher said on its Facebook page.

 

A fan recently asked if there would be any chance of Ys 6 being released on PC, and an Xseed representative replied, “We will definitely try.”

 

Ark of Napishtim is available in the West on PSP and PlayStation 2. The game was published by Konami in North America, but a PC version released by Falcom in Japan exists as well. Hopefully, this will allow Xseed to avoid running into any copyright issues with Konami, provided they’re willing to re-translate the game.

 

Currently, Xseed are in the process of preparing The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky for a Steam release.


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