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[PSP/Vita Review] Black Rock Shooter – The Game

2032 AD—Earth has been ruthlessly assaulted by extraterrestrials, and nineteen years of nonstop battle now threatens the very existence of humanity. The last hope for human survival is BRS, a heroine created solely to save planet Earth; she is the ultimate battle android. But when she is awakened to end the battle once and for all, there are only twelve human beings left on Earth…

Key features:
* The World: Explore ghostly city ruins, bizarre alien structures, and more as you travel through illustrator Huke’s vision of a devastated future Earth!
* The Enemy: Engage in lightning-fast battles where your choices and reflexes are the only thing standing between you and total annihilation!
* The Girl: Level up BRS to equip her with a bevy of attacks and skills to make full use of her superhuman abilities and gigantic cyber-cannon!
* The Last Hope: Complete a variety of missions for the last remaining humans to unlock new guns, costumes, challenges, and more!

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NIS America has announced 3 new PS3 games for 2013

Well, that’s a definitely a lot of 3s in that headline! While most of the world was busy going over the PS4 announcements with a fine comb, NIS America held a Press Conference in San Francisco to announce 3 brand new games that will be released in Summer and Fall 2013 for the PS3! You know I love me some NIS and this news certainly made my day!

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[PSN Review] Clans Of Champions

Clans Of Champions is an action game that throws in some RPG elements. The game starts giving you some back story on how the Al-waav Urban Allied Forces are getting out of control. The nations are fighting over a ruined city where there are meant to be weapons that have infinite power. The nations are using mercenaries to fight their battles, and this is where you come in.

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[PSN Review] Legasista

When science becomes mythology… people have come to fear technology for being ancient magic and curses. For over a thousand years, no one has dared to enter this mysterious tower. That is, until today, when a youth is about to step inside. After a desperate search for clues, Alto Straiter finall arrives at this ancient ruin. Now called the Cursed Ivy Tower by those who avoid it, it was once known as the Railyard, a scientific research facility built by an ancient civilization
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“With the magic that lies in this ruin… I might be able to turn my sister back to normal”.
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Alto, pinning all his hopes on the unknown power that sleeps within these ruins, ventures far into the wilderness…

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