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Gamers looking for a multiplayer title with tons of furious action and cooperative play will find it this summer on XBLA. Certain Affinity’s Crimson Alliance will mix fast-paced cooperative action combat with the rewarding element of RPG character development, in a battle against the sinister Cult of the Soul Siren.

Players can choose from three classes each with a host of unique abilities ranging from the Assassin’s time-bending attacks to the Wizard’s elemental mastery to the Mercenary’s sweeping whirlwind strikes. Each class has five special abilities that can be upgraded by collecting treasure and finding hidden Soul Anchors that harbor the spirits of long dead heroes. By choosing to specialize in certain abilities, players customize characters to suit their play style and complement their friends’ characters.

Partying with up to three friends on a single Xbox 360 console or over Xbox LIVE, players can create chain attacks that combine their different abilities for devastating effects. Different class compositions in parties allow for a diverse and unexpected set of combos.
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