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Castle Crashers PSN in final testing phase

6:00 AM on 05.05.2010

The long, long wait for PS3 owners who have yet to experience the bliss of Castle Crashers is almost at an end. In an update to their blog, Behemoth has revealed that the game has completed their internal testing and has been sent to a 3rd party vendor for final testing before being sent to Sony for certification.

Can you taste it? I can and it tastes like chocolate pudding with a rich, nutty flavor. Delightful.

In addition to the update, Behemoth bestowed this video of the exclusive Volleyball mini-game and a bunch of screenshots too! I just know I'm going to buy this game a second (probably closer to fifth) time. Its lure is just too great and I'd like to have a game that I can be decent at and still play with folks on my PS3. Who'll play with me?

Castle Crashers PS3 Update!! [The Behemoth]

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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