Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Receives Demo, DLC Details

Atlus USA has released a demo version of its upcoming enhanced remake of Radiant Historia. The demo for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is available to download for Nintendo 3DS now in North America and Europe. Players will be able to transfer their save data from the demo into the main game when it releases on February 13, 2018 in North America or February 16, 2018 in Europe.

In addition, the publisher also revealed the release dates and US pricing of various pieces of DLC for the game:

Available On Launch Day

  • New Difficulty — Deadly (free)
  • Growth Ring — Consumable item. Gain additional EXP ($1.99)
  • Mole Armlet — Consumable item to gain additional money ($1.99)
  • Chibi Art Pack — Switch main character art to Chibi art ($2.49)
  • Classic Art Pack — Switch main character art to original version’s ($2.49)
  • Bathing in Mana — Fan service event, where each character will show up for a swim, plus an additional boss battle ($3.99)

Available on February 20, 2018

  • Rage of the Fallen — Mission to rescue Aht and Marco in New Granorg in a different timeline ($2.49)
  • Under the Moonlight — Mission to investigate an information leak with Eruca and Rainey in New Granorg in a different timeline ($2.49)

Available on February 27, 2018

  • Settling the Score — Mission to investigate the distortion in time with Rosch and Gafka in a different timeline, featuring a sequence of seven boss fights ($2.49)
  • Meeting in the Chasm — Mission to explore the hidden past of Nemesia ($2.49)
  • Hunting Corridor — A dungeon that contains a character-boosting item ($2.49)

Perfect Chronology is a remake of the 2011 Nintendo DS title that follows a man named Stocke as he comes into possession of a tome that allows him to transfer between timelines. The game features an updated art style, new difficulty settings, animated cutscenes, a third scenario, and the option to play with the original version of the game.


Alex Fuller

Alex joined RPGamer in 2011 as a Previewer before moving onto Reviews, News Director, and Managing Editor. Became Acting Editor-in-Chief in 2018.

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