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Genso Suikoden Genso Shinsho Vol.1 cover artwork by Okashila., featuring McDohl, Hero, Gremio, Jowy, Nanami, and Ted. July 2000.

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2021 April

  • 18: The Hidden Palace has released nearly 500 builds, ports, tech demos, and prototypes. This includes two versions of Suikoden II. One is the 1999 E3 tech demo, which was also packaged in PAL and NTSC territories with Vandal Hearts II. The other is an intermediate localization build.
  • 18: JAGMO's Suikoden 25th Anniversary Symphonic Concert Online -Chamber Orchestra of Suikoden- was streamed on Thumva and is available as an archive until May 10. The final performance from the series takes place on April 25. Ticket prices start at 3,500 yen per performance and the streams are not region locked.

    Thumva have also extended the archival period for the previous concerts and introduced an English toggle to facilitate overseas viewers, which can be seen Here.
  • 11: JAGMO's Suikoden 25th Anniversary Symphonic Concert Online -Episode of Jowy- was streamed on Thumva and is available as an archive until April 26. Further performances from the series are taking place on April 18 and April 25. Ticket prices start at 3,500 yen per performance and the streams are not region locked.
  • 4: JAGMO's Suikoden 25th Anniversary Symphonic Concert Online -for the 108 Stars of Destiny- was streamed on Thumva and is available as an archive until April 19. Further performances from the series are taking place on April 11, April 18, and April 25. Ticket prices start at 3,500 yen per performance and the streams are not region locked.

March

  • 26: JAGMO (JApan Games Music Orchestra) have announced that they will be streaming the four performances of their Suikoden: 25th Anniversary Symphonic Concert (performed October 2020), starting April 4. They will be streamed on Thumva and ticket prices start at 3,500 yen per performance.
  • 23: Eiyuden Chronicle backer update #27 has been posted on the official Kickstarter page. It clarifies the role of the Backer-Exclusive Fulfilment Store and the upcoming Slacker Backer Store.
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About Eiyuden Chronicle
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Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes (百英雄伝, Hyakueiyūden, Hundred Heroes Chronicle) is an announced JRPG that serves as a 'spiritual successor' to the Suikoden series, directed by Suikoden series creator Murayama Yoshitaka. The game is scheduled for an October 2022 release.

Eiyuden Chronicle is a turn-based JRPG, with sprite characters interacting on a stylized 3D plane in a similar manner to SquareEnix's Octopath Traveler. The game will feature over 100 characters and will also incorporate elements of base building.

The game is set on the Allraan continent, a land where many diverse nations, filled with equally diverse inhabitants exist. The history of Allraan is that of these people, humans, beasts, elves, sometimes warring, sometimes allied, wielding both sword and powerful magical rune-lenses.

The game's Kickstarter ended on August 29, with a final total of 481,621,841 Japanese yen (roughly 4.571 million USD as of the end of the campaign), with all 45 stretch goals met. It ended its campaign as the 3rd highest funded video game on Kickstarter.

About Suikoden
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Suikoden (幻想水滸伝, Gensōsuikoden) is a series of Japanese role-playing games published by Konami.

Dating back to the Sony PlayStation with the release of the original Suikoden in 1995, the game series is loosely based on the classical Chinese novel Shui Hu Zhuan. Each individual game in the series centers on relative themes of politics, corruption, revolution, mystical crests and the 108 Stars, the 108 protagonists who are loosely interpreted from the Shui Hu Zhuan.

The series contains varying gameplay, settings and stories between each installment, with a lineage of shared continuity running through many of the games, particularly the first 10 games of the 14 released to date. Games in the series tend to use the temporal politics of the game events in order to examine notions of destiny, order, chaos, and the meaning of will.

Though the core series is a role-playing game franchise, it has branched into other genres, such as tactical role-playing games, visual novels, and card games. The series has been distributed on many platforms, beginning with the Sony PlayStation, and including consoles, computers, and mobile phones. The Suikoden series has also branched into other forms of media, particularly novels, manga, and audio dramas.

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