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Arkedo Series: 01 - JUMP! comes to PS3 August 24th

11:00 PM on 08.22.2011

Brett Zeidler

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Sanuk Games teased PlayStation 3 owners a couple of weeks ago when they announced that their fantastic Arkedo Series would be coming to PSN "soon." Well, they weren't kidding because today they've announced that the first entry in the series, JUMP!, is coming to European owners August 24th.

Still no word on when SWAP! and PIXEL! launch for PSN, and there's also no indication of when us North American folks will be able to grace our PS3's with this fantastic series. But if you really want to get your hands on Arkedo immediately, you can always just pick them up on Xbox Live Indie Games. I picked up JUMP! a couple years ago and played a good amount of it. I had a ton of fun with it and I saw colors I didn't even know existed. It was so worth three bucks.

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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