Yasunori Mitsuda’s original composition of the Chrono Trigger soundtrack is widely acclaimed as one of the best in any video game. And why not have more Chrono Trigger music? A fully licensed, 75-track tribute is now downloadable through iTunes and LOUDR.
The album is named Chronicles of Time and was produced by Nate Horsfall, the same person who produced another tribute album to Secret of Mana. Over a hundred artists worked together to complete the albums enormous track list, giving the album its varied sound through many interpretations and genres.
That’s right, there was a Saints Row game being developed for the PlayStation Portable. It was never released on store shelves, in fact it was cancelled several years ago. But, luck would have it that its beta version was found on a PSP devkit. Best of all, if you really want to have a go with the unfinished game, you can! The developers at Volition have made a playable ISO for anybody interested.
Before gaming web sites, magazines were the first to go. But, some times Internet sites do become defunct like 1UP or GameSpy. Yesterday, the GameTrailers.com Twitter account announced that February 8, 2016 would be its last day.
After 13 years, GameTrailers is closing down today. Thank you for your continued support over the years. It has been an adventure.
The founder and voice of the site Brandon Jones had a similar tweet. GameTrailers was a go to for trailer releases at first, but eventually grew into its own with notable staff members, its own community and shows from famous industry members like Geoff Keighley and Michael Pachter.
Breath of Fire, an RPG series which started on the SNES and eventually made tracks on PlayStation systems, will have its third iteration released as a PSP game, according to a blog post from Capcom.
We’ve got a special treat for you today; we’re happy to announce that Breath of Fire III is coming to PSN as a downloadable PSP game! We’ll have a few more details closer to launch, but you’ll be able to snag the game for $9.99 (USD) this February, and the game itself will be fully compatible with all hardware that plays digital PSP content – that means PSP, PS Vita, and PSTV are all supported. We’ll have a bit more information when the game launches, so stay tuned!
As the statement reads, it will be put out sometime this February.