Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Japanese limited edition detailed

A look at the box art and a few more screenshots.

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology

Amazon Japan has gone up with its listing for the newly announced Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, providing details on the 3DS remake’s “Perfect Edition” limited edition, as well as the official box art and three new screenshots.

For 9,800 yen (10,584 yen with tax), the Perfect Edition will include:

  • A copy of the game
  • Special-make box
  • Two-disc Complete CD set – Includes the music of the DS original and the new music of the 3DS remake
  • 100-page, full color Special Art Book
  • Complimentary Downloadable Content Pack – A preliminary pack including five items that you can download on release date

First-print copies of Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology will also include
“Character Deformation Pack” downloadable content, which changes the standard illustrations of the 10 main characters to chibi illustrations drawn by CHANxCO.

Here’s an overview of the game’s story, via Amazon:

The setting is the large continent Vainqueur, which has been turned into a desert.

There was a war between the western kingdom of Granorg and the eastern country of Alistel over the remaining green land.

In the midst of this great war, the protagonist Stocke, by awakening a magical book called the “White Chronicle,” acquires the special power to redo the past.

From a number of parallel worlds, including “Standard History,” “Alternate History,” and “Sub-History,” and in order to change possible tragedy and save the fate of a world on its way to ruin, choose the path with a ray of hope—.

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is due out for 3DS in Japan on June 29 for 6,480 yen (6,998 yen with tax).

View the images at the gallery. If you missed it earlier today, catch some additional screenshots here.

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