XSEED has announced that they are bringing Ys: Memories of Celceta, to the PC.
The game was previously released on the PlayStation Vita in 2013 and is coming to Windows PCs sometime this year. The western publishing arm of Marvelous spoke a little about improvements, saying “The title will receive numerous enhancements including improved visuals with a wide range of HD resolutions, unlocked framerates, fully customizable control bindings, mouse support, and more to ensure that it feels at home alongside other PC releases.”
It is part of an effort from Ys developer Nihon Falcom and the Ys’ series two localizing companies, XSEED and NISA, to get the series on PC. You can read our review of the Vita version here.
A lot of people who are slowly assembling a PC collection of the Ys games are going to be super happy about this.