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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 465d ago | news

Sacred Citadel: Side-Scrolling Beat ‘em Up Hits PSN April 16th

Posted by Rupert Ochsner // Brand Manager, Deep Silver -

Hello again PlayStation.Bloggers, Rupert Ochsner from Deep Silver here! We’re thrilled to announce that Sacred Citadel will be available on PSN April 16th, 2013, at a price of $14.99.

Sacred Citadel is a side-scrolling action brawler that offers a lot of depth, but is also very accessible for newcomers. You will fight different opponents that require individual tactics. Check out our first PlayStation.Blog entry to learn more.
Through the video featurette available today here on PlayStation.Blog, we reveal the fourth and final of the playable characters in Sacred Citadel. The other three were the Ancarian Ranger, the Safiri Warrior, and the Khukuri Shaman. Each of the four protagonists will have their own combos, special moves, skills, and equipment, and they will each play totally differently. (PS3, Sacred Citadel)

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Simon_Brezhnev  +   465d ago
Looks fun i would play it on Vita though.

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