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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:39am 02/07/10 | 2 Comments
Square Enix, boldly still supporting the PSP, have announced an all-new exclusive action game, Lord of Arcana for Sony's handheld, that will have a heady focus on action and art, while also offering fresh, new content post-release in the form of aggressive DLC. There is currently no date for the game's release.
There is a strong emphasis on multiplayer, up to four players can team-up to slay the darkest demons. Doing so can reward you with new items and skills. It is also possible to create your own avatars as well as to produce various weapons from thousands of different combinations. Of course, the adventure can be tackled in single-player too if you're brave enough to face the might of the underworld alone.
We have more info available for you on our newly created game page, but very little in the way of art, so stay tuned for more.



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Pharcyde
Posted 01:09pm 02/7/10
boldly still supporting the PSP


I don't keep up with gaming news much anymore. Why is this a bold move?
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:16pm 02/7/10
basically because the PSP Go is considered a joke, no one is supporting the system, there are rumours Sony were going to reveal a successor but Nintendo showing of 3DS stilled them and with all the hubbub behind Nintendo's new hand-help, PSP has been pushed very, very far back among most other publishers
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