Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together, the PSP remake of the classic 1995 Super NES strategy game, will be released in Europe.
It's "coming soon", publisher Square Enix promised.
The original game was only published in Japan, so, technically, this release marks Tactics Ogre's European debut.
While the gameplay will remain largely unchanged, the on-screen troop count is increased to 30 from 20, and there are new classes and new features for the skill system.
Some of the original team have got together to work on the game, including director Hiroshi Minagawa, designer Yasumi Matsuno, character designers Akihiro Yoshida and Tsubasa Masao, and Hitoshi Sakimoto and Iwata Masaji on music.
Matsuno is working on additions to the game's story and character elements, including new side stories.
"Long ago, Power was everything. It was a time called Xytegenia, where metal and evil, enshrouded in darkness, was in control," says the ever-dramatic European PlayStation Blog.
Square Enix has launched a new website to accompany the announcement, and released a few screenshots, which you can see below.
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