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Mike Salbato
The 3rd Birthday Gets A Release Date, Too
Also a surprising price. And and some English-speaking voice actors.
02.01.11 - 8:35 PM

At long last, after sending out a 'blood'-splattered mysterious faux wedding invitation recently...

...Square Enix has given The 3rd Birthday - or as I like to call it, the Parasite Eve game without "Parasite Eve" in its name - a release date in North America: March 29. That means the game is less than two months away, and even better, it's going to retail for $29.99 USD, which is probably $10-20 less than most of us expected it to be. Also, like 2010's Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep, The 3rd Birthday will only be released on UMD, which should only be bad news for you PSPgo owner(s).

Additionally, the company revealed a partial Engish cast led by Yvonne Strahovski of NBC's Chuck, who will be voicing protagonist Aya Brea. Yvonne also voiced Miranda Lawson in a little game called Mass Effect 2. The "mysterious" Kyle Madigan is being voiced by Jensen Ackles, co-star of Supernatural, major guest star for a season on Smallville, and one-time guest star on Sweet Valley High in 1996.

While we await The 3rd Birthday's release, you may want to give our preview from last fall another read, or poke through our always-updated gallery below.


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