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Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes Gets Big Discount For Today Only

The spiritual successor to Suikoden is on sale, but only for a few hours.


Suikoden is a beloved--and untouched--part of gaming right now, but at least Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is here to carry the torch of that JRPG series. A spiritual successor, Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is now available and anyone interested in trying it out on PC can get a 24% discount on it. You'll want to move fast though, because this deal will end on May 11 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET.

Normally $50, Fanatical is offering the game for $38, a pretty substantial cut. The digital deluxe edition is also on sale for a short time--$63.19 instead of $80--and this version comes with a digital art book, soundtrack, season pass, and some in-game customization items. To make this offer even more tempting, your purchase will earn you a spin on Fanatical's May Madness wheel, which could get you a big discount on your next game or a freebie for your backlog.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes
Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes

"Overall, Eiyuden Chronicle hits the retro-RPG sweet spot nicely. It's focused on delivering that warm, comforting feeling of a classic JRPG, and even all of the side distractions--the card minigame, the weird Pokemon/Beyblade hybrid top minigame, the raising/racing sim, even commodities trading--don't distract too much from the game's prime mission," Heidi Kemps wrote in GameSpot's Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes review. "Add some gorgeously painted and animated spritework and a stellar soundtrack into the mix, and you've got a delightful experience that sometimes falters, though not enough to make you put it down."

For more deals, you can check out this preorder for the Sea of Stars physical edition, learn about seven cool metroidvanias for your Steam Deck, and see the selection of titles available through a Humble Choice subscription this month.

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