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An interplanetary vacation yields unexpected results for Fayt Leingod and his friend Sophia Esteed as his parents go missing after an alien ambush and he must set off on an epic quest through space to find them again. Set several centuries after the events of Star Ocean: The Second Story, Till the End of Time delivers more classic Star Ocean - fun-filled battles, extreme cooking deathmatches, and repetitive and annoying battle cries. North American and European gamers received the Director's Cut version with extra gameplay and more characters, while European gamers received a bonus disc along with the game containing interviews, trailers, and music samples.
Five hundred thousand. That is the number of copies that Square Enix's Ultimate Hits budget series has sold since its inception in September 2005. Since then, it has been a remarkable tool for the company to curb the high prices associated with the sales of used titles and personally pocket the popularity of their classics. To accompany this tremendous success, Square Enix will be releasing no fewer than sixteen more titles into the Ultimate Hits line on July 20, including Valkyrie Profile and Final Fantasy Tactics. Are you listening, Konami? I want my Suikoden II. Read on
Own an X-Box 360? Ready for some real Square Enix RPG goodness? Keep waiting. In a recent Microsoft press conference, Square Enix unveiled Project Sylph, their newest foray into next-gen first person shooters. Thankfully, Star Ocean creators Tri-Ace also announced an RPG being developed for Microsoft Game Studios while Squeenix expatriate Hironobu Sakaguchi's Mistwalker provided trailers for Lost Odyssey and Blue Dragon. Given some time, your 360 purchase may have actually been worthwhile. Maybe.1
You won't be hearing any Wagner at Roppongi's Laforet Museum this June 4th, but fans of Tri-Ace are in for a treat. Famed composer Motoi Sakuraba will be holding a concert to celebrate the impending release of Valkyrie Profile Silmeria. The concert's instrumentation will consist of only a bass, drums, and piano (the latter performed by Sakuraba himself) and will feature music not only from Valkyrie Profile and Silmeria, but also the Star Ocean series as well. Tickets will be available tomorrow at Square Enix's official site; Valkyrie Profile Silmeria releases June 22nd in Japan.
Following our earlier reports that a bonus disk may accompany the release of Star Ocean 3 in Europe, Square Enix today confirmed its presence in the retail version of the game. The disk will include interviews with the development team, artwork from the game, musical excerpts of Sakuraba's soundtrack and the previously mentioned trailers of upcoming Square Enix titles, including Final Fantasy XII.1
According to Amazon.co.uk, the European shipment of Star Ocean: Till the End of Time, already a two-disk set, will also come packaged with a bonus DVD of Final Fantasy XII footage. Although the game's European release date falls on October 1st, the addition of this extra has not yet been offically confirmed by Square Enix or the game's European publisher, Ubisoft.