Sen no Kiseki to be Released in Chinese and Korean Markets


Dubbedby Sony Entertainment Asia as “a decade in the making,” at the 2014 Taipei Game Show, an agreement with Sony Entertainment of Japan has been announced to publish Japanese games to the Playstation 3 in the Asian regions. Toshihiro Kondo was at the event to speak about Sen no Kiseki, as it will be the first title simultaneously released in Chinese and Korean in the summer of 2014. The Kiseki series has been widely received by Chinese audiences and sees a great amount of popularity.

Two in-development screenshots of the Chinese language Sen no Kiseki were also revealed at the Taipei Game Show. This has also been proclaimed as a new development for Falcom to be able to reach out to the Asian regions.



Also announced that the Asia region will be included in the Kiseki series 10th anniversary celebration, and will see an Asian tour of the Falcom jdk Band. More details will be announced for this in the days to come.

More images from the announcement are available here.

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