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Submitted by gokuking 534d ago | news

Carnage Heart EXA dated for March 19th in North America on PSN, Vita compatible on day 1

Viva la Vita: "Much to Natsume's surprise, their PlayStation Network exclusive release of the PSP title, Carnage Heart EXA is scheduled for release on March 19th in Canada, the USA, and Latin America. Carnage Heart EXA sees players strategically building, and duking out robots. The latest entry from Artdink was released back in Japan on October 28, 2010. Exclusive to the western release is the ability to record your own video files.

Natsume didn't announce a price point for the title, though it's expected to have PSVita compatibility on day 1. The publisher was previously expecting an April release, and said European fans can expect the game coming their way shortly after." (Carnage Heart EXA, PS Vita, PSP)

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