For a second, we thought that the future of Vanillaware's upcoming co-op fantasy RPG brawler was coming to a close. This was based on Siliconera's findings about how all the pre-orders on Amazon were cancelled all of the sudden. Which one might also assume that the title might switch to becoming a downloadable game instead.
The truth of the matter is that the game is still being developed, and this was confirmed by one of the game's illustrators known as Shigatake. Based on this news, you know what this means, people. It is also going to push Grand Knights History's US release even further, since XSEED needs Vanillaware to do the programming for the localized version of the game. At the end of this journey, the good news is that we will have this game inside of us eventually.
Vanillaware's games have all been beautiful works of arts with the way they handle the animations on certain aspects that most people would consider an insane task. Each game also manages to experiment with new types of gameplay, thus making each title a unique experience from the other.
Knowing that they will do a flawless job with Dragon's Crown, I will sit back and let them take their sweet time. To anyone looking to pick up Grand Knights History, do you best to ready your skills for when the time comes. If we are lucky, both games might end up having a similar US release date gap that Odin Sphere and Grim Grimoire had when they came out in the US.
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