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Radiant Historia director has some interest in making a sequel

Posted on November 8, 2015 by (@NE_Brian) in DS, News

Radiant Historia celebrated its fifth anniversary in Japan a few days ago. Atlus published the game on November 3, 2010.

Mitsuru Hirata, Radiant Historia’s director, took to Twitter on Tuesday and shared just a few words about the RPG in celebration of the milestone. Here’s what he shared:

“Oh, is it already 5 years! Although it is hard to admit that it was never a hit, I’m really grateful to see that many people still love it. Personally I also have a strong emotional attachment with this title. I’ll always hold onto an attitude ‘someday a new Radiant Historia!’ lol #rh_atlus”

I have to say, I’d be totally up for a Radiant Historia sequel! If I really think about it, it might actually be one of my favorite DS games.

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  • Radiant Historia was sooo good! I would definitely be up for a sequel.

  • Vinicius

    I’m totally okay with asequel for Radiant Historia.

  • Neku

    DO IT

  • キロ

    I loved the game, but I hope any sequel doesn’t suffer from sequeltis! Maybe a spiritual successor would be better…

  • PanurgeJr

    It could be a sequel and prequel at the same time.

  • Airsh Bornely

    Yeeees!

  • TheMartianGeek

    Assuming similar to and at least as good as the original, it would be a day 1 buy for me.

  • Lanturn

    Radiant Historia is one of my favorite DS RPGs. I’d be really happy if there was a sequel! (or at least a spiritual successor with the same time traveling / battle system bits)