By Guy Rainey / January 23rd, 2014
Ghostlight has announced that they are going to release Agarest: Generations of War Zero on PC via Steam. You may recall that Ghostlight set up a Steam Greenlight page early last year to gauge interest in a PC port of Agarest: Generations of War. Suffice to say, the Greenlight succeeded, and on October 13th, 2013, it came to Steam. It seems that soon after the launch of the first game, Ghostlight began working on a PC conversion of Agarest: Generations of War Zero, as they say that it is well underway.
The price seems likely be $19.99, but that’s not completely confirmed. Also not confirmed, but highly likely is the return of the pre-release discount. For the first title, Ghostlight put the game on Steam, allowing you to pre-purchase it at a reduced price, which included all sorts of DLC bonuses.
Speaking as someone who still doesn’t own a PS3 or Xbox 360, this is exciting news. It means that the PC has a market ready and willing to buy RPGs in a large enough numbers to make a profit. It means that I might not have to buy a PS4 just to play Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy XV. I’m more willing to buy a PC game, because the list of PC games that can’t work on updated systems is an increasingly small number (I’m looking at you, Fallout 3).
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