By Joseph Puntschart / June 2nd, 2016
Ghostlight have announced that the PC version of the Starfish SD-developed dungeon RPG Elminage Gothic, will be discounted on Steam as part of the Steam’s Weeklong Deal. Here is what their PR manager Ross had to say via their blog.
Hi everyone. It’s not often I’ll tell you not to pick up one of our games, but if you’re interested in picking up the fantastic Japanese Dungeon Crawler, Elminage Gothic, then you should wait until Monday, because that’s when it becomes part of the Steam Weeklong Deals. Elminage Gothic will have its price slashed by 50% meaning you pay just £3.49 for this brilliant game. You’ll have to hurry though, as the offer ends on Monday 13th June, so be sure to visit the Steam Store page to take advantage of this great deal.
From the makers of the world renowned “Wizardry Empire” titles, Starfish SD brings you the latest entry in their popular series of dungeon crawlers. Elminage Gothic, previously only available in Japanese on PlayStation® Portable, now comes to PC offering a classic old school dungeon crawling experience with a dark, gothic twist!
Elminage Gothic, full name Elminage Gothic: Ritual of Darkness and Ulm Zakir, was originally released on the PSP in 2012 by Starfish SD in Japan before being localised into English and released on PC in 2014 by Ghostlight via Steam. It adopts a dark aesthetics like that in Stranger of Sword City and Wizardry titles.
If you fancy purchasing the title yourself next week on Steam, you can purchase it on the official Steam page here.