Folks are generally familiar with the Atlus effect by now, which is to say that several of their games ship with low inventory numbers, and end up being pretty rare. Last year, Radiant Historia was one of these games, which is too bad for many because it was one of the better JRPGs out there. Now, copies of the Nintendo DS title routinely auction for upwards of $60, and even as much as $100 or more on sites like Glyde.
To help sate demand, Atlus announced via Twitter that they will be reprinting the game, slated to arrive on store shelves in March for a retail price of $35. It won’t come with the soundtrack bundled with the original release, but at least you can get your hands on the game, which is a welcome change.