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Submitted by LukeFair 2689d ago | news

Global A to bring another RPG to PSP

Chuumon Shiyouze! Oretachi no Sekai is the name of the new RPG of Global A Entertainment that will be released in Japan this November 13th.

Screen: http://www.gae.co.jp/game/advs/img/system_p02.jpg

As you can see on the screen, the battle system is tactical (like Jeanne D'Arc or Disgaea) and you can also explore the world. (PSP)

tocrazed4you  +   2689d ago
Soooo
Hey edge mag... about umm IDK over 20 exclusive games has been just announced for the psp and still some unknown coming into TGS. You wanna like umm shut up now? TY
sinncross  +   2689d ago
lol!

Yeah Edge was just being clever I suppose... ever since that article new PSP titles have been streaming in...
jams_shop  +   2689d ago
Hey! Wasn't everyone saying that the PSP is death? It looks like the PSP is going to a much big lineup than the 360 at TGS.
TheColbertinator  +   2689d ago
Excellent.More games for the PSP are always welcomed

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