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AeternoBlade is hitting the 3DS eShop on February 18th


9:30 AM on 02.07.2014
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Late last year we got wind of a 2D action game for the 3DS called AeternoBlade, that was supposed to be released at some point in 2013 in the west. But after a series of delays the date was kind of just tabled, until now. We've just been informed that AeternoBlade will be launching on February 18th in North America for $14.99.

There will also be two DLCs on offer -- one is a watermelon bikini costume (this will go over well, right?), and an Arena Mode featuring 20 waves of enemies. No prices have been announced for the DLC.

AeternoBlade is hitting the 3DS eShop on February 18th photo
AeternoBlade is hitting the 3DS eShop on February 18th photo







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