Star Ocean: First Departure

Global Total as of 04th Oct 2014 (units): 0.63m
Platform: PlayStation Portable
Developer: TOSE Software Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 0.19m 30.7%
+ Europe: 0.13m 20.9%
+ Japan: 0.22m 34.6%
+ Rest of the World: 0.09m 13.8%
= Global 0.63m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Star Ocean: First Departure Square EnixJapan27th December 2007Retail
Star Ocean: First Departure Square EnixNorth America21st October 2008Retail
Star Ocean: First Departure Square EnixEurope24th October 2008Retail

Game Overview

Star Ocean: First Departure is a role-playing game developed by TOSE Software and released on PlayStation Portable.

http://gamewise.co/games/36096/Star-Ocean-First-Departure

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Comments

BasilZero (on 30 January 2012)
Fans of Squareenix is given another gift
from the company as in the form of the
Star Ocean series, the cult classic from
the SNES era comes back fully remade
with new remixes and a few new additions
that were not seen in the original game.
The audio improved, gameplay tuned and
the graphics incredible for a 2D game,
fans will surely be remembering this
classic for years! 9/10
outlawauron (on 06 May 2009)
Got something to back that up?
Egghead (on 28 March 2009)
Its only 70k in America, why is this is
overtracked?
Riachu (on 29 October 2008)
@outlawauron
Selling 500K is actually
quite good for a JRPG that is not part
of the big three series(FF, DQ, KH). I
am more dissapionted in the NA sales for
the game. SO3 sold 740K in the US
alone. Then again, the game ha sa
disadvantage of being released around
many big game. I hope that doesn't
mean SO:TLH bombs.
Sky Render (on 28 October 2008)
SO1 in SO2's engine... It's an
interesting experience, though it keeps
reminding me that it isn't actually SO2
by the less intuitive menu system.
Also, they really did a bit of a poor
job of distributing skill point
requirements for this one; I had all
skillsets mastered long before level 99,
let alone level 255.

But it is a
good game. Overall, I think I prefer
SO2, just the same. Mostly because
I've played SO2 to death and know it
like the back of my hand, admittedly.
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