Lost Dimension Coming to PC

UK Publisher Ghostlight Interactive has announced that it is bringing the PS3/PS Vita tactical RPG Lost Dimension to PC later this year.

The game, which follows the members of S.E.A.L.E.D. as they climb a mysterious tower in an attempt to capture The End, a terrorist hellbent on destroying the world. The game also features light Visual Novel mechanics, as you will have to get to know your teammates to find a traitor you must eliminate every floor.

The PC port will feature multiple resolutions, Keyboard and Mouse support, and new higher resolution artwork. It will launch on Steam later on in 2017, along with a possible Digital Collector’s Edition. However, no other details about release dates or timing have been announced.

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  • Audie Bakerson

    Why?

    If it needs to be an English released game someone else hasn’t already released in Europe, just port Operation Darkness already.

  • Lucky

    So more people can play it?

    Though I do agree that Operation Darkness on PC would be really sweet. Maybe they could fix the camera.

  • catazxy

    I’m just glad somebody remembers Operation Darkness.

  • catazxy

    That “killing traitors” mechanic sounds perfect for something like Mass Effect Andromeda.

    http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/001/233/455/54c.jpg

  • Wannabe_Baby

    I love this game. Around the time this came out on PS3, there was a whole host of decent original Japanese games that I REALLY want to see sequels for. This, Natural Doctrine and Resonance of Fate. Nothing absolutely groundbreaking but really solid 7/10s.

    Story’s really good, gameplay’s really good, graphics are a bit shit. I don’t use the term “PS2 graphics” as an insult like some people do but this actually did look like it could’ve been done on PS2. Some of the effects (muzzles flares, fire, explosions) look really bad. I recommend buying it though.

  • Mr0303

    Lost Dimension an awesome game for sure. It had many interesting ideas and gameplay mechanics. Just a couple of minor glitches detracted from my experience with the game, but I absolutely recommend it to fans of turn based combat.

  • Eldhin Hellknight

    Well, at least they wont censor this one

  • goodbyejojo

    checks out the reviews for Operation Darkness, holy crap, 46 on MC, check out gameplay vid, holy crap this got 46 on MC!?

  • catazxy

    Resonance of Fate really nailed the rule of cool..

  • Every enemy is damned bullet sponge though, also dramatic slow motion jump

  • catazxy

    I have yet to see a better slow motion jump implemented in a game.

  • Lucky

    Check out the HardcoreGaming101 article about it. There’s a developer interview that discusses the negative criticism but the devs really did seem passionate about their project.

    It’s a game with a few flaws in the polishing department that makes up for it with a compelling setting and gameplay.

  • Feniks

    Clothes don’t make the man.
    Graphics don’t make the game.

  • sanic

    Game is kay, worth it for like $30-40.

  • Neojames82

    Was actually really interested in this game but never got around to buying it. Glad it is coming to PC though. :)

  • Audie Bakerson

    Mainstream reviewers were retarded and couldn’t understand basic things like overloaded units moving slowly.

  • DizzyGear

    That is until you get the piercing ammo and the whole game becomes a cakewalk

  • DizzyGear

    Just a heads up. The port will be dub only for now.

  • Mr. Greis

    Ghostlight can be a real crapshoot. You either get something solid like Way of the Samurai 4 which was a pretty good port over all considering it was a PS3 exclusive and they gave decent support, but then they handled Way of the Samurai 3 and they dropped it within a month.

    So mediocre publishing group; cross your fingers.

  • Gainsayer

    Well, that just dropped any interest I had in it.

  • Wannabe_Baby

    The English voice acting is actually very good.

  • Gainsayer

    Maybe so, but I prefer hearing the original language.

  • TRUndercover

    All the more reason for me to be very careful with my wallet this year. This along with Nihon Falcom’s confirmed offerings for PC make me extremely excited for JRPGs in 2017

  • alterku

    Dollars to donuts this is a better game than the new Valkyria Chronicles spinoff.

  • SnugDarkly

    It had to be Ghostlight. Now it has to be a skip for me.

  • snugdarkly

    According to what exactly? If they can find a way to ruin it they will. That’s Ghostlight.

  • Eldhin Hellknight

    Thats true