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SCE Announces Devilish Dungeon Maker for PSP
10.06.07 - 1:22 AM

Sony Computer Entertainment has announced a new original PlayStation Portable game, titled Yuusha no Kuse ni Namaiki da. Developed by Tenchu series makers Acquire, the game puts you in control of the bad guy, to be more precise the evil Demon King. In this position you have to destroy your enemies, that is the party of heroes (including a warrior, a white mage and a fighter) daring to enter your dungeon. Players at first have to create a dungeon, in which they position the Demon King. The goal is to destroy the pesky intruders, before they can get to the Demon King. Luckily, the protagonist has more weapons in his arsenal than just quick feet. By operating consoles inside the dungeon, he can create trenches. If he digs a trench in an area containing nutrients, a monster will appear in this spot. In order to dig trenches, a special power is required. The amount of this special power currently available to the player is displayed on the lower left-hand side of the screen. Next to it a second stat indicates the power of all monsters currently roaming your dungeon. These monsters will do the dirty work and take on the party of heroes for the Demon King.

Yuusha no Kuse ni Namaiki da will be available in Japan on December 6th for 3,980 yen ($34.14 US).


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