Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology demo available now, DLC schedule announced

Launch edition unboxing video also released.

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology

A demo for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is now available for 3DS via the Nintendo eShop, Atlus announced.

The demo will allow players to get familiar with the game’s story and mechanics. Save data from the demo can be transferred to the full game when it launches.

A free 3DS theme is also available on the Nintendo eShop in the Americas.

Atlus also announced the lineup of downloadable content for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, which includes character art, consumable items, and more starting on launch day. Here is the schedule:

February 13

  • Growth Ring ($1.99): Consumable item. Gain additional EXP.
  • Mole Armlet ($1.99): Consumable item. Gain additional money.
  • New Difficulty: DEADLY (Free): Unlock “Near Death” difficulty.
  • Chibi Art Pack ($2.49): Switch main character art to Chibi art.
  • Classic Art Pack ($2.49): Switch main character art to original version’s.
  • Bathing in Mana ($3.99): Fan service event. Each character will show up ready for a swim. Plus an additional boss battle.

February 20

  • Rage of the Fallen ($2.49): Rescue Aht and Marco in New Granorg in different timeline.
  • Under the Moonlight ($2.49): Investigate information leak with Eruca and Rainey in New Granorg in different timeline.

February 27

  • Settling the Score ($2.49): Investigate the distortion in time with Rosch and Gafka in different timeline. Fight against seven bosses in sequence.
  • Meeting in the Chasm ($2.49): Explore the hidden past of Nemesia.
  • Hunting Corridor (2.99): A dungeon that you can find an item to boost up your character parameters.

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is available now for 3DS in Japan, and will launch on February 13 in the Americas and February 16 in Europe.

Watch an unboxing of the game’s launch edition below.

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