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Tournament of Legends is a 3D Fighter steeped in Greek and Roman mythology. The game will feature weapons, magic attacks, and environmental hazards. Some of the characters included in the game are a minotaur, a gladiator, a gorgon, a stone golem, and a valkyrie.

Tournament of Legends will support multiple control methods, including Wii Remote and Nunchuk, and the Classic Controller. The game runs on the Quantum 3 engine, which was also used in The Conduit.

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