Clan of Champions which is heralded as a hardcore multi-player action game set in a violent medieval fantasy world, is getting a PSN release. NIS America published the game and it will be available on November 20, 2012.
Play alone, or against friends online to become the champion. Battle foe’s to see who is superior.
- Fast-paced Combat – Jump into the fray with a variety of fighting styles and magical spell sets. Find your favorite combination of skills to take on the enemy!
- Multi-player – Recruit your friends online with the 3-person co-op mode or 3-vs-3 battle mode.
- Customization – Customize your character’s appearance and stat distribution. There are many different weapons and plenty of equipment to aid in creating a unique warrior in your battle for survival!
- Dynamic Warfare – Strip your enemy of their gear mid-battle and seize it for your own use! Switch weapons and fighting styles on the fly!
- Weapon Mastery – Pick whichever weapon type you’d like
In addition to this already great news, NISA has also announced a PSN Sale! Starting November 20 through December 18, 2012 DLC and select NISA PSP titles will be up to 50% off. Sales will change weekly so be sure to keep checking the PSN store to find out what deals are available.
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NISA, who we love, has also set up a relief effort for Hurricane Sandy victims. Classy eh? 100% of what you donate goes straight into Red Cross.
NISA wants to help out victims of Hurricane Sandy who live in metropolitan areas and smaller rural areas up and down the east coast. They have said “we’d like to do whatever we can to help those in need get access to vital food, medicine, and other supplies.” As if this good deed isnt enough they are also offering a special graphic set to those who donate. More details on how to donate can be found here. How much do we all appreciate NISA right now? A relief aid that also gets you a graphic set and sales, sales, sales!