Grand Knight History: XSEED No Longer Publishing

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

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We have some unfortunate news for you today; the cancellation of a game you might of heard about. XSEED announced that until further notice they effectively canceled their plans to localize Grand Knight History for the PSP. This is due to Vanillaware being extremely busy with Dragon’s Crown to help XSEED program their translation into the game’s script. Ans also from XSEED not having any programmers themselves. Sadly the game will be shelved until further noticed. What makes this more saddening is that XSEED already had the translation done. As stated above XSEED relies heavily on the developers to encode their translations into the games, as they’re a small company with about 10 workers when they would begin the publishing process.

We’re still awaiting confirmation from Rising Star Games, they were the ones publishing the game for the PAL regions. They were going to use XSEED’s script so it’s likely they need to cancel it as well, unless they have programmers who can do it themselves. We will update this, so stay tuned.

Source: Siliconera

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