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Deception IV: Blood ties dated: March 25, 2014

11:30 AM on 01.17.2014

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

Coming to PS3 and Vita

Tecmo Koei has dropped the official date for Deception IV: Blood Ties for North America this morning: March 25, 2014. This follow-up to the PlayStation classic Tecmo's Deception is coming to PS3 and Vita -- traps and deaths and all -- comes with full Cross Play and Cross Save support between the two platforms. Yes.

The Vita has some touch screen functions to set and activate traps, while the PS3 version will let you upload combos or challenge other players' combos online. 

I don't know about you, but I am sooooooo ready to play this game. I love this series (Kagero, Trapt) so much. This sits near the top of my anticipated game list for early 2014.

We have a huge gallery of images from Deception IV to check out. 

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