threads of fate

  1. Linnaete

    The Next Game Archives Title From Square Enix Is… [6/25]

    Square Enix just re-released Threads of Fate on PlayStation Network in Japan, which means it’s time to move on to another PsOne classic. Square Enix producer Shinji Hashimoto announced Legend of Mana will be their next Game Archives title over Twitter. Usually, Twitter-nounced PsOne classics...
  2. Gingerbread Lesbian

    Threads of Fate Now Available For Download on Japanese PSN [6/23]

    Square Enix, sticking with their Twitter-nouncement, put Threads of Fate on Japan’s PlayStation Store. You can download the PsOne classic for a mere 600 yen ($6.60). Threads of Fate has two playable characters, shapeshifting Rue and selfish Princess Mint. Rue and Mint cross paths in the...
  3. Gingerbread Lesbian

    Threads Of Fate Minted For PSN On June 23 [6/9]

    Sony Computer Entertainment and Square Enix came up with a release date for Threads of Fate (known as Dewprism in Japan). Japan and importers with Japanese PlayStation Network accounts can purchase the platformer RPG on June 23. Threads of Fate follows two characters. Rue, a dull boy that...
  4. Gingerbread Lesbian

    Dew Prism Release Date Announcement Coming Tomorrow [6/8]

    This just in from Square Enix "Master of Tweeting" Shinji Hashimoto: "From SCE, it looks like the DL start date for Dew Prism will be set tomorrow. Everyone look forward to it!" Dew Prism, known as Threads of Fate internationally, is the latest Square Enix PlayStation classic to make the...
  5. Gingerbread Lesbian

    Threads Of Fate Is PSP Ready [6/3]

    Shinji Hashimoto, Vice President of Tweeting, said Threads of Fate was the next Square Enix game lined up for PlayStation Network and it looks like it’s ready to go. Hashimoto posted a two second video of the Japanese version, Dewprism, running on a PSP. [hit the link for the video] Final...
  6. moogling

    Threads Of Fate Spinning Its Way To PlayStation Network

    Square Enix producer and twitter addict Shinji Hashimoto has another PlayStation Classics announcement for Japan. After collecting opinions from fans in Japan, Square Enix decided their next digital re-release will be Threads of Fate. That is, next after Final Fantasy IX which Japan gets on...