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Cave's new website, merchandise sale


10:00 AM on 05.20.2011
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Cave has a new website that they'd like to show off. They made this for you, English speaker. There you can see all the delicious shooter action they make as well as catch up on what they're working on.

In other Cave news, the company is holding an online Cave festival starting May 23 and running through May 28. They've lined up some new shooting merchandise from franchises like Espgaluda, Dodonpachi and Mushihimesama. There's going to be soundtracks, shirts and other goodies to nab. You'll want to check their shop link in a few days. It's out of stock now, but I'd happily use the above pictured Cave umbrella.






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