Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Prevents World Annihilation In Europe And North America

It’s time to return to Vainqueur and unlock the time travelling power of the White Chronicle once again, with ATLUS and Deep Silver announcing that Nintendo 3DS exclusive Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology will see release in Europe and North America.

The expanded port of the beloved Nintendo DS classic adds gameplay and story content, redesigned character art, new character voice-overs, a brand-new opening animation by A-1 Pictures, a new theme song, event illustrations, five new tracks from composer Yoko Shimomura, and additional difficulty settings. Phew.

Players will once again take the reins of Alistel operative Stocke as he unlocks the power of the White Chronicle relic and gains the ability to travel between two alternate timelines. With his newfound powers, Stocke will need to right the wrongs of the past in order to prevent the total annihilation of the world.

He will now encounter a mysterious new character called Nemesia who will teach him more about his world’s history and unlock a third timeline that explores the ripple effect of some of his actions in episodic scenarios.

For purists, there are two modes: Append mode will let you beat the original game before having the option to start a New Game + with added content; while Perfect mode will let you play through the game with the inclusion of the third timeline right from the start.

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology will release exclusively for Nintendo 3DS in Europe and North America in early 2018, priced at £34.99 (€39.99).

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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