Gaijinworks has announced that is will be releasing Summon Night 5 and Class of Heroes 3 for PlayStation Portable in North America and Europe. The company is working together with Monkey Paw Games to release the two titles, which will be available digitally and playable on PlayStation Vita. Both games will also receive a poll at a later date to determine potential interest in a physical release (with digital code also included).
Summon Night 5 is a strategy RPG that focuses on the story of a society called the Eucross, which uses Summoners to keep the balance between different races and worlds. Players can choose between playing as new Summoners Folth or Arca, with each selecting one of four potential partners, know as their Cross. Events will change based on the selected character and partner. The game developed by Felistella and was published in Japan in 2013 by Bandai Namco, and is the first mainline Summon night series title to be localised into English, with two action RPG spin-offs being released in America for Game Boy Advance and one more for Nintendo DS.
Class of Heroes 3, from Acquire, is the latest title in the dungeon-crawling series, with Gaijinworks and Monkey Paw Games bringing over the previous game on PSP and PS3 in 2013 and 2014 respectively. This game features three schools for players to choose as their home base, with the school chosen affecting the character's uniforms and the game's difficulty. Class of Heroes 3 also features an inter-party affinity system and ambient music within its labyrinths.
There are no release dates or pricing details at this time, though Summon Night 5 is slated for release some time in 2015. These details will be revealed after the physcial edition polls. Some announcement media for both games can be seen below.
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