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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

BattleFantasia Demo and Siren: New Translation On Japanese PS3 Store

Want to try out Siren: New Translation and BattleFantasia, the new swords-and-sorcery fighting game from the creators of Guilty Gear? If you have a PlayStation 3, it's just a few clicks away.

A brief demo version of Arc System Works' upcoming PS3 version of its arcade fighter is up on the Japanese PlayStation Store as a 300 MB download. Any PS3 can access the store, you just have to create a separate Master Account on your console and then lie and say you live in Japan.

The demo contains the first three fights from the game's story mode. You're limited to one character, a hilariously obnoxious brat named Marco. The game's story sequences are traditional low-budget Japan: 2-D images of the characters will animate in a fashion that I will generously call "limited" while their voice actors engage in a spirited back-and-forth.


I have already have downloaded Siren: New Translation pretty good demo so far. The voice acting are all in English and all text are in Japanese. You do not really need to read the text to experience Siren: New Translation demo.


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