Baten Kaitos I & II HD Remaster

The Baten Kaitos I & II HD Remasters Have Surprise-Dropped On PC

Magnificent.

Bandai Namco has just dropped Baten Kaitos I & II HD Remaster, the remastered double pack of cult classic Gamecube JRPGs, on PC via Steam as a complete surprise, after it was first released on Switch in September last year.

The pack, which includes Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings And The Lost Ocean and Baten Kaitos Origins is available now on Steam at a discounted launch price of $62.95, and purchases before July 17th will automatically be upgraded to the “Month 1 Edition” which includes a digital artbook.

The HD remasters of both Baten Kaitos games include some handy features to make playing through them a smoother, speedier experience than in their original forms (if you choose to use them) including a No Encounters option, the ability to increase the speed of the game and battles up to 300% and even an instant enemy KO option. There are also usability improvements to the unique Magnus Battle System, and of course a very nice visual upgrade with widescreen support and improved character models.

You can pick up Baten Kaitos I & II HD Remaster on Steam here, and get a look at the new features and remastered in-game visuals in the trailer below:

From the Steam store page:

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Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean and Baten Kaitos Origins are now on Steam with improved graphics and new features to aid game progression, making them even easier to play!

Delve into the world of Baten Kaitos as you strategize with the unique card-based battle system in these two immersive RPG masterpieces. Play as a guardian spirit who guides the colorful cast as they struggle against destiny itself.

A long time ago, there was a great conflict between the evil god and the people. After a fierce battle, the people managed to seal off the evil god, but what was left behind was only a desolate land. The people thus chose to abandon the land and live in the sky.

Such fairy tales were passed down as legends. At this time, people had wings called Wings of the Heart and lived a peaceful life. It was an era of long-lasting tranquility. …But the collapse had quietly begun.

When a young man calls your name, the name of the spirit, the story begins to unfold. A story set on a floating continent in the sky, where thoughts and prayers intersect.