By Spencer . September 1, 2010 . 11:26am
NIS America pushed the release date of ClaDun: This is an RPG back two weeks to fix a character naming issue. The make-your-own-hero dungeon crawler will be on PlayStation Network on September 21 instead of September 7. ClaDun: This is an RPG will only be available on PSN.
I suppose this is a good time to point out some of the game’s jokes, prematurely revealed by the ESRB description.
This is a role-playing game in which players assume the role of adventures that explore a magical world (Arcanus Cella) to find hidden treasures. Using a top-down perspective, players can explore dungeons, solve puzzles, and engage in hack-and-slash-style combat against fantasy monsters (e.g., goblins, enchanted armor, giant warthogs). Players can perform sword slashes, staff strikes, and magic attacks to defeat enemies. The dialogue contains some suggestive material and double entendres (e.g., "Blow air into her cartridge, if you know what I mean," "from a shut-in to pervert," and "Will my life be nothing more than being Pudding’s butt boy?"). Characters sometimes use language such as "a*s" and "bastard."
Pudding isn’t a dessert in this game. She’s one of the ready made characters in ClaDun: This is an RPG.