“PC MMORPG; Peria Chronicles, is being developed by ThingSoft and will be released [in Korea] in December.”, also stating that more news is coming in Winter. The article also mentions that ThingSoft will be skipping G-STAR 2017 (the Korean equivalent to e3) this year and won’t be showing anything on Peria Chronicles at that time.
Us fans of the beautiful MMORPG aren’t sure whether this means we’ll be getting a closed beta, alpha or the full game, but we’re just happy that we’re finally able to get our hands on it after so many years since it’s announcement as Project NT, even if it is going to be in Korean.
Peria Chronicles boasts a beautiful WindWaker-esc art style and Pokemon-like & Arcade gameplay and is sure to be a hit with MMO fans everywhere.
If you want to keep up to date on news for Peria Chronicles, keep an eye out on Japandaman.com!
This isn’t the first time that Pikachu has spoken however. The Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity trailer features not only a talking Pikachu, but other Pokemon as well:
In fact, there’s even a game for the Nintendo 3DS known as Detective Pikachu that was released in February of 2016 in Japan, which has you taking the role of a smooth-talking Pikachu that solves mysteries. (Sadly this title is only available in Japan on the eShop, which is a mystery in itself. WHY HAVE YOU NOT LOCALIZED IT YET, NINTENDO??)
Despite all that, I think we can all agree how bizarre it is for Pikachu to talk. Part of Pikachu’s charm is that we can’t understand him, and that it’s up to interpretation how he may feel.
Although, many Twitter users have come out to say that Pikachu isn’t actually talking – it’s more of an emotional connection between Ash and Pikachu that allows them to understand each other.
I still think it’s weird.
Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You! has already debuted in Australia and New Zealand with no confirmation of it returning for a second showing – however we’ll be sure to update you if we hear anything!