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Kemco's PSP role-playing game End of Serenity available June 24

4:00 AM on 06.20.2014

Brittany Vincent

Associate Editor

PSP gathering dust? Here's something to play

Back in April, Natsume and Kemco teamed up to announce the upcoming PSP RPG End of Serenity, previously a mobile adventure that's made the jump to handheld. Now, End of Serenity has been graced with a release date so you'll know when to expect it to hit the PlayStation Network as a digital-only exclusive title.

You can download End of Serenity in North America beginning on June 24, and it'll set you back $14.99. That's more than a little pricey, so hopefully it's actually worth that much. I'm not so sure just by looking at it, but we'll see.

End of Serenity Will Be Available For PSP Next Week [Siliconera]

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