You know what I just noticed today? RED Entertainment(the folks that are making this game) also made Thousand Arms(An awesome PS1 RPG, that I'm actually planning to review in Episode 2 o' the podcast)! That means this game has GOT to be great!
Sadly though, this demo is coming in the next issue of "Qore"... So it's not free(a single episode of Qore costing 3 US dollars), but all you lucky(?) Qore fans will be able to play a little bit of this awesome looking RPG come October 9th. As much as I'm looking forward to this game I'm gonna save my money in hopes that we'll see the demo for free, before the game is released in November. If not well I'll be buying the full game anyways, so it won't matter to me!
Yessir! You read that right! A demo of Trusty Bell, aka Eternal Sonata, has been released on the Japanese Playstation Network, so all you PS3 owners(I'm looking at you Kent!) Log into your Japanese accounts(or make one if you don't have one already) and download this demo! I just finished playing it, and damn! I knew I would enjoy this game, but just from the demo alone I can already tell that I'll REALLY REALLY be enjoying this game when the full game comes out on the 21st of October. Now the demo is of course all in Japanese, but that doesn't matter as most of what you'll be doing in this demo walking around and battling which doesn't take any language skill at all. All you need to know is O button is attack, Triangle is to use a skill, Square to use an item, and when an enemy attacks you hit X to block.
While the day has finally come! I've finally recorded, finished, edited, and released a podcast episode! Okay, so maybe it didn't quite turn out as good as I would have liked... But these things take time, and already I know the next episode will be better, mainly because as soon as I was finished recording episode 1, a good friend of mine said he'd like to co-host.
So episode 2, which will actually be coming a bit sooner rather than later(due to all the news that's come out recently), will be a bit different due to me actually having someone to talk to and such, hopefully it'll make the podcast more lively.
So yes, if you didn't enjoy this episode, please give the podcast a chance to grow. Oh, and make sure you stick around until the very end of the episode^_~.