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Atlus testing the waters for Radiant Historia reprint

3:30 PM on 02.02.2012

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

Radiant Historia may be a great game, but is it worth a hundred dollars? The market seems to think so. The price of a used copy has ballooned to upwards of $75 since the game went out of print, with new ones going for at least twice that amount. One of Amazon's more opportunistic highwaymen has the gall to charge a thousand bones for a sealed copy. 

If you missed out on the time-traveling JRPG and aren't bursting at the seems with cash, you might just be in luck. Atlus asked fans via Facebook and Twitter if they'd be willing to purchase the game should it ever receive a second printing. Can I just say, as someone who doesn't have an orchard of money trees growing in the backyard, yes please! Take our money and rescue us from those evil supply and demand curves.

Anyone Want To Buy Radiant Historia For Under $100? [Siliconera] 

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