Class Of Heroes 1 & 2: Complete Edition Announced

Publisher PQube announced Class of Heroes 1 & 2: Complete Edition, a bundled release containing both Class of Heroes: Anniversary Edition and Class of Heroes 2G: Remaster Edition. The bundle will launch in early 2024 for PC (via Steam), PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch, with both games also to be available individually.

Both games are dungeon-crawling RPGs with turn-based combat utilising a party divided into front and back rows. Players create their own party, which is based out of an adventuring academy, from a selection of available races and classes.

Class of Heroes was originally released for PSP in Japan in 2008, with Atlus USA releasing the game in North America in 2009, while its Anniversary Edition was released for Nintendo Switch in Japan in 2018. Class of Heroes 2G is an upgraded PlayStation 3 version of PSP title Class of Heroes 2. Class of Heroes 2 release in Japan in 2009, with Class of Heroes 2G following in 2010. The games were released in North America by MonkeyPaw Games and Gaijinworks: Class of Heroes 2 in 2013 and Class of Heroes 2G in 2015.


Class of Heroes: Anniversary Edition Screenshots


Class of Heroes 2G: Remaster Edition Screenshots


Class of Heroes 1 & 2: Complete Edition Trailer


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  1. UltraKev9 UltraKev9 says:

    This is gonna be a hard sell for me. I just finished Class of Heroes 2G maybe two years ago. I finished both games on PSP while at work maybe a decade ago and I remember CoH 1 being ~very~ Wizardry-like-mega-hardcore with randomly shifting maps on the old-school 20×20 grid or whatever. I think there were over 100 individual floors that were used that could randomly show up except for entry and bottom floors. The only redeeming quality was that you could exit and re-enter the dungeon and make the RNG use a map you’ve already gone to the trouble of mapping out and opening all the shortcuts for. The second game had newer handmade maps that were “realistically” designed and were all static.

    Essentially, since I finished 2G and it looked fine on my 4K 65 inch LED TV, what is going to be “remastered”? I really would rather play games like this on my TV at home then on a handheld at work. Is this really better suited to someone that hasn’t played either or one or the other Class of Heroes games? Is GainjinWorks even involved in this or is it Japanese voices on English text? I guess ultimately I don’t care. Just seems like a strange duo of games to remaster when there’s plenty of others I’d much rather see.

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