Sega TGS Booth Hosts Playable Lunar
Your gift for playing is the voice of Alex.
Lunar: Silver Star Story was one of the defining RPGs for 16 bit Sega. It's fitting, then, that the game's PSP remake will be on display in Sega's booth at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show.
Gung Ho Games, publisher of Harmony of Silver Star remake, made the announcement today. The remake will appear in playable form at the show, but Gung Ho did not provide specifics.
The debut of playable Lunar is reason to celebrate, and Gung Ho will be doing just that with some sweet gifts. Anyone who visits the Lunar corner of the Sega booth will get a hand fan. Those who play the game will get a "voice card" featuring the voice of main character Alex, as performed by Akira Ishida.
It's not too surprising to see Lunar in the Sega booth. The company often hosts titles from distribution partners in its booths at various events.