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    One Last Look at Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time

    It may seem miraculous, but the fourth entry in the Growlanser series is actually going to be available in stores in just a few days. In case you are still on the fence about buying it, Atlus has provided one more trailer to convince you.

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    I'm not on the fence about buying it I'm on the fence of when I'll be able to afford it
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinBahamut View Post
    It may seem miraculous, but the fourth entry in the Growlanser series is actually going to be available in stores in just a few days. In case you are still on the fence about buying it, Atlus has provided one more trailer to convince you.
    Actually it's the only trailer, unless you count the opening movie, which I don't.

    I'm counting down the seconds. I cannot wait for this!
    Last edited by daveyd; 07-29-2012 at 06:39 AM.

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    I'll have to wait until a day after its release to be able to afford to buy it, hope physical copies don't sell out by then.

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    Why would they sell out? lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simba B View Post
    I'll have to wait until a day after its release to be able to afford to buy it, hope physical copies don't sell out by then.
    It depends on your area. For example, I've heard some Gamestop locations are apparently only getting this game in stock if someone pre-ordered the game in that store. But if PSP games in general are still selling alright in your local store, then they should probably have it stock. Some EBGames / Gamestop locations still have PSP shelf displays, some don't. If all else fails, you should still be able to find it online.

    Quote Originally Posted by storino03 View Post
    Why would they sell out? lol.
    Because there won't be very many in stock to begin with, considering this is a little known RPG series on the PSP published by Atlus in the US in 2012.

    Overstock.com is already "out of stock"
    Last edited by daveyd; 07-29-2012 at 10:12 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by storino03 View Post
    Why would they sell out? lol.
    These games have a history of disappearing quickly, and never re-printed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpio_7 View Post
    These games have a history of disappearing quickly, and never re-printed.
    Only because Working Designs did Growlanser Generations, which bankrupt them, and then Heritage of War didn't have enough demand to warrant a reprint. Atlus USA has been reprinting games and putting them on sale like crazy for the last couple of years. Even older, formerly rare games like Nocturne and Digital Devil Saga can be bought new for $20 now.

    Not that I'm telling anyone how to handle buying this game, but guessing its future availability based on past games in the series isn't rational.
    The lesson here is that dreams inevitably lead to hideous implosions.

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    Not to mention, if you've been in gaming as long as some of us (20 years here), you've learned that when you see something that seems rare coming out, you preorder it and nab it immediately, just in case. However, since Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time is also going to be on the PSN apparently, we don't have to worry too much about not being able to find it...unless you're one of those 'physical copy only' people, at which point you're screwed.
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    Or you get it later for like 6 years from now on Ebay for 100 dollars
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simba B View Post
    I'll have to wait until a day after its release to be able to afford to buy it, hope physical copies don't sell out by then.
    You could still preorder at Gamestop. They're supposed to hold the game for 48 hours, so you can still pick it up the next day.

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