Ghostlight looking to expand Australian PSN support

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If you’re an avid user of the PlayStation Store, you may have noticed that Ghostlight’s support for Aussies has been somewhat lacking. It might not be that way for long, though. According to a recent blog post on Ghostlight’s website, the company plans to bring all of its published games to the Australian store, with Persona 3: Portable being the big kahuna.

Additionally, the company is empathetic towards its digital consumers. Games like Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky offer extraneous content at retail in the form of collector’s bundles – obviously not an option for those who download. As such, there are plans to make digital soundtracks available to those who purchase the game via PSN. Physical items such as T-shirts may be purchasable online as well.

Whether these acts will come to fruition remains to be seen, but it’s a good sign to see publishers reaching out to Australia.

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