Star Ocean: The Last Hope International includes improved playability, warmer

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Star Ocean: The Last Hope International producer Yoshinori Yamagishi has said in the latest issue of Famitsu that he is no longer going to be involved with the Star Ocean, however, he’s glad his last Star Ocean game is done on PlayStation 3. He also confirmed a few details about the PlayStation 3 game, coming this February 2010.

The PlayStation 3 game will all be on one disc, obviously since it’s a Blu-ray, meaning no switching and swapping to go from planet to planet. Battles in the game have been rebalanced and playability’s been improved. The Xbox 360 version of the game had high saturation, a bit of flashy shine to it, hwoever, the PlayStation 3 version of the game is “warmer” looking.

We’ll see how the graphics pair up when the game’s on display at this year’s Tokyo Game Show.

Thanks, GAF.

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