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Submitted by almehdaaol 1156d ago | news

Class of Heroes II coming to PSP and PS Vita this Fall

Digital imports publisher MonkeyPaw Games will be bringing dungeon crawler Class of Heroes II to the PSN later this fall, to be playable on Sony's PSP and PS Vita. The sequel to the original JRPG, the digital release will mark the first time that gamers will have a chance to try out the previously Japan-only title. (Class of Heroes 2, Gaijinworks, MonkeyPaw Games, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Retro, Tag Invalid)

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moogle84  +   1156d ago
Can't wait to pick this up. Dungeon crawlers and JRPGs FTW!
GribbleGrunger  +   1156d ago
mmmm... sorry, i demand more from my games than that
NastyLeftHook0  +   1156d ago
nice
raymantalk1  +   1156d ago
this look horrible
miyamoto  +   1155d ago
Yuzo Koshiro's 7th Dragon please Sega
TheRichterBelmont  +   1155d ago
Maybe if this were playable on the ps3 and not a handheld.

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