The lights are on
Update: Square Enix confirmed a new version of The World Ends With You for iPhone and iPad. It has HD art, a new combat system, and new songs and remixes. It hits the Apple App store tomorrow in Japan and is priced at $18 for the iPhone version and $20 for iPad. No word yet on a release in North America.
Head over to the official website to see more and check out the Japanese trailer below.
Original Story: Square Enix's mysterious countdown timer reveal seems to have been spoiled early. A new listing on the publisher's e-shop store in Japan revealed a new release of the game's soundtrack as well as an iOS port, according to reports.
The description of the iOS version has been removed since being discovered yesterday. According to Andrisang, the port includes new music, which is also available on the soundtrack.
The countdown timer ends tomorrow morning. We'll update this story if there are more details.
think more about this...that website...really is a lot for just a ios port....i mean concept art...remixes...a 7 day count down...seems..a lot for nothing really...hmm...guess we will just find out tomorow i guess.
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I'm glad that there's going to be a port, this game cannot be appreciated enough. That being said, this is bullcrap. Why even bother putting up a countdown for a port, teasing the fan-base into thinking there will be a sequel. Dick move Square.
was any one else disappointed with with the voices they gave Beat and Joshua in KH 3DS?
Wow, so disappointing. I really don't see how this game could work on and iPhone or iTouch; the screen is far too small. At least on an iPad you could divide the screen in two, but even then how would you handle the battle controls for the top screen, which required buttons on the DS? This is such a letdown.
uhh how on earth will this be anywhere as near as precise as the DS stylus?
Apparently this isn't all that's coming, can't wait for the actual news!!!...
Not bad, I don't have an iOS device so this doesn't really pertain to me. But on the bright side this means that more people will be able to play this game!
I'm definitely interested given I don't carry a dedicated handheld gaming platform and many friends talked this game up. Will be interesting to see how it ports though. I'm also somewhat dreading the reveal of the price given Square Enix's track record with iOS games.