Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere to Have PSP Adaptation

horizon in the middle of nowhereThe new issue of ASCII Media Works’s Dengeki Bunko Magazine revealed that Minoru Kawakami’s Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere will be getting a PlayStation Portable adaptation. The new game is expected to become available at the end of this year.

The project is taken on by studio TENKY and ASCII Media Works, both of which will be main developer of the upcoming Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere Role-playing game for PSP and publishing house Kadokawa Games.

The prices announced in the article are as follows:

Limited Edition: 10,479 Japanese Yen=€ 106

Regular: 6,279 Japanese Yen=€ 63.50

Let’s remind you that a second anime series based on the story by Kawakami will be broadcasted in Japan starting this summer.

Image: ©川上 稔/アスキー・メディアワークス/境界線上のホライゾン製作委員会

Source: Yaraon

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BakaOuji
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The prices are quite over the usual, to be honest…

BrutalMurder
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Hmmm…you have some right there… Maybe because it’s based on a famous anime?

BakaOuji
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Famous?! Okay… I might be retarded but you can find a legal copy of Final Fantasy for 20 Euro… Guess it’s not as ‘famous’

DevilMayCry
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Where? ;)

Shounen
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Looks promising… never heard of it, though…