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Are you ready for some old-school dungeon crawling? Then come check out the video below for Class of Heroes 2G which is releasing today on the PSN store!
In Class of Heroes 2G, soon-to-be tested adventurers enroll in Crostini Academy to learn the way of the sword or staff by accepting quests that require them to survive over 125 fiendish labyrinth maps crawling with over 250 monstrous beasts to finish out the school year and graduate with honors. The game features 10 races (like Human, Elf, Dwarf, etc) and 18 unique classes (like Ranger, Sorcerer, Berserker, etc) so players have hundreds of options to craft just the right party of up to six to go exploring. And, once the exploration begins, things soon get very interesting. Unlike many dungeon-crawlers, Class of Heroes 2G features an engaging, ongoing story that starts innocently, but eventually becomes all-consuming as players progress through the quests thrown their way.
Are you downloading Class of Heroes 2G today? Let us know in the comments below!
After launching Class of Heroes 2 on PSP and Class of Heroes 2G on PS3 as physical and digital releases, MonkeyPaw Games and GAIJINWORKS are back for another round of dungeon crawling with Class of Heroes 3 for the PSP! That’s right, there is a chance that a PSP game will be released in 2015!
I had a chance to do a small Q&A with the folks over at Gaijinworks/Monkey Paw Games in regards to the Kickstarter for a Collector’s Edition for Class of Heroes 2, as well as other various topics. I took some questions from the backers over at the Kickstarter page, so click the link to read the answers:
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Vic Ireland from Gaijinworks, and MonkeyPaw Games have decided to join forces, and bring us a great opportunity to show our support for the idea of bringing “Japan-only” RPGs to this side of the pond. MonkeyPaw Games has been hard at work securing the rights to several titles for the PSX that, up until recently, had been sentenced to a “import from Japan” fate. And Vic Ireland has been doing this for yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaars. Wait, what? You don’t know who Vic Ireland is? For shame!
For those of us that were fortunate enough to own a PSOne many, many years ago, Vic Ireland’s Working Designs was a godsend. Several games that had been released on the Sega CD (an attachment that allowed the Genesis to play CD based games), as well as others that had been hit with the dreaded “Japan-only” stick, were brought to the PSOne by Working Designs. And they did so in style.