For the longest time, TheFeed operated under the false impression that Eternal Sonata was a racing game wherein you play as He-Man and drive around your home planet of Eternia in a sporty, yet affordable, Hyundai Sonata. Then someone told us that it was a Japanese Role Playing Game based on classical composer Frederic Chopin and we immediately lost interest.
It’s clear that some people like the game, however, as it ultimately will see a multiplatform release. While the game has been available for a while on the Xbox 360, it won’t make its way to the PlayStation 3 until sometime next year, but when it does, it will feature content not available in the already released version.
Eternal Sonata for the PS3 will allow players to control two previously non-playable characters, Serenade and Prince Crescendo. There will also reportedly be extra story sequences not seen in the Xbox 360 version. There’s no telling yet if this bonus content will show up on Xbox Live in the form of downloadable content, but TheFeed wouldn’t be surprised. Until then, enjoy the exclusives, PS3 fans.