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Reverb Games Showing "An Unannounced Blockbluster" At PAX East

Posted on Tuesday, March 27 @ 11:28:17 PST by

Reverb Games promises to reveal "an unannounced title that we're certain no one will want to miss" at PAX East, along with a slew of independent downloadable titles.

This "unannounced blockbuster" is supposed to be a "yet-to-be announced artistic re-envisioning of one of the most iconic gaming properties of all time", and better yet, it will be playable there.

Of course, this doesn't mean attendees should ignore all of its other titles at Booth 808, including the already released Dungeon Defenders and our highly recommended Sine Mora.

Also on display will be Primal Carnage (at Booth 1167), Black Knight Sword, Bang Bang Racing, JAM Live Music Arcade by Zivix, Jeremy McCrath's Offroad by 2XL, Shoot More Robots by Demiurge Studios (at Booth 612), Girl Fight by Kung Fu Factory, Wheels of Destruction by Gelid Games, Deadliest Warrior: Ancient Combat, and Country Dance All Stars.
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