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Submitted by OllieBoy 581d ago | news

Deathmatch Village brings redneck MOBA action to PS3 and PS Vita

Michał Bochenek – Community Manager, Bloober Team writes:

Greetings PlayStation Blog. Here at Bloober Team, we think it’s high time you unleashed your inner dem… errrm… your inner redneck. Get ready for Deathmatch Village. Chock-full of frenetic three-on-three arcade action, this free-to-play multiplayer game is a breath of fresh air for the whole MOBA genre. No more run-of-the-mill fantasy worlds – this is the real deal. Enjoy the unique visuals while you blast and hack and shred and… well, you get the idea. Choose from a wide array of weapons and clash with your opponents in totally insane modes. (Deathmatch Village, PS Vita, PS3)

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Rockefellow  +   581d ago
I'm surprised no one has commented on this. It's the first cross-platform, completely free-to-play game on Sony's devices. That should make most people go nuts on N4G.
TongkatAli  +   581d ago
It needs a gameplay trailer.
profgerbik  +   581d ago
Aw EU only..

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