Aussies Are Having A Wild Time Trying To Buy Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series On PlayStation

If you don’t know, Klonoa fantasy fantasy series Out today!

Klonoa: The Door to Illusion It was released in 1997 for the OG PlayStation, and its sequel, Clone 2: Lunatea’s Veilreleased in 2001 for PlayStation 2. Both were considered to be very good gaming platforms in their own rights, and were highly praised at the time.

Klonoa fantasy fantasy series It was announced earlier this year as part of the February 2022 Nintendo Direct broadcast, with the Nintendo Switch getting a release date today and other platforms remaining unannounced.

But unfortunately , Klonoa fantasy fantasy series Now available on Nintendo Switch, Bandai Namco’s ultimate lunatics also decided, “Damn it, every platform can get it now too.” This is Xbox, PlayStation and PC.

However, Australian PlayStation users found that getting the game was a very difficult task. The game does not appear when you search for it on the Australian PlayStation Store.

Screenshot: Sony / Kotaku Australia

despite, Klonoa fantasy fantasy series It appears to pop up on the “Recent” tab of the PlayStation Store. And if, like me, you do an angry search on the Internet, you can even find yourself in search Australian PlayStation Store webpage for the game.

Unfortunately, although this is a small win, trying to add the game to your cart results in an error message from the website.

Aussies spend a long time trying to buy Klonoa Phantasy Reverie series on PlayStation
Screenshot: Sony / Kotaku Australia

The PlayStation Store has seen its fair share of bugs lately, so it’s not really surprising. While you can no longer buy Tekken 2 For $600, you can sometime. Those were the days.

here hope Klonoa fantasy fantasy series Finding its way to the Australian PlayStation Store flawless soon, it would be a shame to see a series of games that found their PlayStation roots unavailable on current and next generation platforms.

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Kotaku Australia has reached out to Bandai Namco Australia, who will happily update us on their availability on the Australian PlayStation Store.

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