2006 Japanese RPG title Ys Origin is coming to PC next month by way of Steam, thanks to the folks at XSEED. It comes with some Steam-related upgrades like Steamworks integration for Achievements, Steam Cloud support and leaderboards. Oh, and they threw in widescreen support, too.
It's going to look pretty decent for an older game if these new screenshots are any indication. It's too bad that these are not in widescreen, but we'll take what we can get.
I'm all for seeing these PC RPGs dumped on Steam. You?
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