Class of Heroes 2 high-school RPG debuts June 4
After a delay due to a song licensing issue, Gaijinworks and MonkeyPaw Games are ready to release Class of Heroes 2 on June 4.
Class of Heroes 2 is the sequel to the 2009 role-playing game from publisher Atlus and developer Acquire. Like the original, this title is coming to PlayStation Portable, but players can also enjoy it on PS Vita.
The dungeon crawler takes place in a high school setting and features 140 quests, branching storylines, and many different classes to choose from. It will cost $24.99 and be available on the PlayStation Network as a download, according to Siliconera.
Gaijinworks also provided a physical edition for fans who wanted it, exceeding its presale goal of 2,500 copies and passing the 2,700 mark. The two companies (you might know MonkeyPaw from its port of Tomba! last summer on PSN) are localizing the game despite failed attempts to raise money for the Japanese-RPG on Kickstarter.