April 25, 2007 - Everyone's been wondering where all the PS3 game demos are hiding. Our response is, you can't have demos when you don't have any games!
Sony Japan is actually making the best of a sparse summer PS3 lineup with demos for two of the system's biggest upcoming games. The first is Ninja Gaiden, whose demo was already announced for distribution via the Japanese PlayStation Store beginning on 4/27.
Today, Sony announced another demo. This one is for FolksSoul, the title formerly known by too many names to recall without doing some actual research. The Game Republic developed action adventure in which you gather fairies for use in battle will see a demo in early June, presumably prior to the final 6/21 release date.
Sony has also announced a tie-up with Japanese boy group Abingdon Boys School. A promotional video for the group, who will be performing the theme song for FolksSoul, will be available for download at the PlayStation Store on 5/21. Since it's against our policy to write at length about Japanese boy bands, we will end this article here.
Thanks to http://ps3.ign.com/articles/783/783273p1.html for sharing the news with us!
FolksSoul: Forgotten Legend (formerly Monster Kingdom: Unknown Realms, Unknown Realms) is a video game for the PlayStation 3 announced at E3 2006 which is told to be "The next generation of dark fantasy." The game is a real time action adventure game with RPG elements, in the same vein as Genji and Devil May Cry. The game stars a young blonde girl named Ellen and a journalist names Keats. Together they must fight the monsters known as the "Folk" and weaken and capture their souls.