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Puppeteer Unveils Release Date, Box Art, And Story Trailer

Posted on Tuesday, April 2 @ 12:35:00 PST by Jonathan_Leack

SCE Japan studios has three games releasing this year, and perhaps its most important has now been fully detailed.

Puppeteer has made a grand appearance with a full information blowout. First off, the game will release on September 10th exclusively for the PlayStation 3. It'll fully support the Move controller as well as 3D television at launch. In addition, it'll be priced reasonably at $39.99, giving you some extra bucks to save for your PlayStation 4 pre-order.

For those of you who are artsy-fartsy, here's the box art for the title:


To top it all off, a new trailer has been released. It features over two minutes of gameplay and focuses on the story of this whimsical adventure. See below:
 
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