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New Class of Heroes PSP Game Revealed, North Americans Still Won't Get Part 2

Posted on Saturday, May 5 @ 19:06:41 PST by Heath_Hindman

"One man's sunset is another man's dawn"
- Some Guy
Fresh off of North Americans realizing there is no hope of seeing PSP RPG Class of Heroes 2 making its way to their shops, developer Acquire has revealed a new addition to the series. To be called New Class fo Heroes: Toki Academy, the game will once again find its home on the PSP and (presumably) and once again have virtually no chance of leaving Japan. While name and territory remain the same, however, the usual gameplay formula will be changed up a bit, as Toki Academy will abandon the first-person dungeon crawling the series has become known for. Instead, it will play out much more like a "traditional" JRPG. Due to arrive in Japan on July 19, the game will still be set in the familiar CoH universe and feature the series's well-liked character creation system.

Click here to check out the first trailer.
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