Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere PSP Delayed Until Further Notice
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
The official website for the Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere PSP game confirmed on Wednesday that the game has now been delayed until further notice. The staff apologized for the latest delay and explained that more development time was needed to raise the level of quality.
The role-playing game was first scheduled for February 28, and then delayed to March 28.
The game's story runs through seasons one and two of the anime series. The RPG starts with about 20 player characters, and the cast of characters of eventually expands to over 80, complete with the anime's voice actors and actresses. Minoru Kawakami, the author of the original Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere light novel series, outlined the "academy sengoku (warring states) RPG's" story and supervised its production. TENKY is developing the game with ASCII Media Works, and Kadokawa Games aims to eventually publish the title.
[Via Moe Ota News Sokuhō]