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Radiant Historia 3DS Demo Available Today

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is coming out this month for the 3DS. The game is a DS remake. Atlus and Sega will be bringing the game to the 3DS. Today, a demo was released for the game. Here are my first impressions of the Radiant Historia Perfect Chronology demo! Also check out the story trailer below for more info on the game.

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology will come out for the 3DS this month. Today I got a first look at the game thanks to a demo that was released on the eShop!

Before playing Radiant Historia on the 3DS, I wasn’t sure if I had played it before or not. After playing the demo some, I realized that I have never played it. I can definitly see its origins from the DS, the demo’s graphics are more DS than 3DS, however thats not a bad thing. The graphics may be simple but they are nice. The best part of the game is the story and gameplay though.

I haven’t finished the Radiant Historia demo yet but I’m really enjoying the game’s story so far. It has some very interesting twists and turns that I won’t spoil. I also think that the game’s dialogue is good and I like how most of it is voiced! The voice acting is pretty good.

As for Radiant Historia’s gameplay, I’m pretty impressed with it. The turn-based battle system is really cool. I like the grid for the enemies and how you can use skills to push them back or change turns with allies or enemies.

The rest of the gameplay is good too! I especially love the game’s main story/gameplay twist, which I won’t spoil for those who haven’t played the demo. Lets just say that I am a major fan of this type of thing.

I can’t wait to play more of the Radiant Historia demo. It seems to be a pretty big demo. You can even save your progress! There are some items that’ll transfer over to the full game too. I think that I would like to pick up the full game sooner or later. Radiant Historia seems like a fun game.

Have you played the Radiant Historia demo yet? What do you think of it?


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