Ubisoft’s PlayStation Vita Action RPG Is A Launch Game, Too


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Last year, Ubisoft announced a game titled Dungeon Hunter: Alliance for the PlayStation Vita. This is a 4-player co-op action RPG that was previously released on the PlayStation 3, and has now been ported to Vita as a launch game.


Well, sort of. Ubisoft are actually releasing Dungeon Hunter: Alliance on February 14th, a week before the Vita’s official launch. In fact, they’re doing this with all of their Vita launch titles, which they say they’ll detail in the days to come.


Dungeon Hunter: Alliance will allow you to play with up to three other players either via local wireless or online. Vita-specific features include touchscreen controls, which let you tap the screen to pick up items or zoom the game’s camera in and out. The rear touch panel is used to control your fairy and perform spells, and you can also shake your Vita to counter rival curses.


You can watch an early trailer for Dungeon Hunter: Alliance released last year here.


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