Friday, 11 July 2014

News: Elminage Gothic Update via Ghostlight Blog

Latest Ghostlight Blog brings us an update for the PC port of Elminage Ghothic.
The port to PC from the PsP was started a while back and PR guru over at Ghostlight, Ross Brierley, offered us an update on how the title is faring in the process via the Ghostlight Blog:
"In other news, work on the PSP to PC conversion of Elminage Gothic has been going incredibly well and I’m pleased to say that the vast majority of the game has now been localised into English.  There are still some very small pockets of Japanese text present in the game which we’re discovering through the pre-Beta testing phase, but we’re making great progress.

A big thank-you goes out to Tom for working with us on the English translation – he’s been doing a brilliant job on his first localisation project for Ghostlight. In addition to the localisation process itself, we’ve also started adding some of the options specific to PC too, such as increased resolution for character/monster art, some amazing Steam Trading Cards and that all important windowed mode.

The conversion is going so well in fact, that we’re expecting the Steam Elminage Gothic closed Beta to be starting in the next couple of weeks. So, if you’re a hardened-dungeon-crawling-adventurer who’s interested in taking part in the Beta testing phase, we’ll soon be posting details on the blog of how to apply, so keep watching this space"
We'll be sure to give you a heads up when the closed-beta application process is taking place so you can get a sneap peak at this interesting proposition for PC.

Source [Ghostlight Blog]

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