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Madness spreads to Playstation Network, Military style


5:00 PM on 11.06.2009
Madness spreads to Playstation Network, Military style photo



One of the not so well known retro secrets is that the TurboGrafix-16 was once home to some of the best console strategy games of its time.  Well, at least that's how I remember it. Regardless, it's no secret that Military Madness is one of Hudson Soft's finer strategy games.

And keeping with the industry's current trend of revamping old franchises, Hudson has also given this series a face lift for today's players, something Xbox Live Arcade users are already aware of. While Microsoft patrons may have gotten their Military Madness: Nectaris groove on earlier, PSN users are rewarded for their patience with their Madness in  glorious 1080p.

Available as of last night, Military Madness: Nectaris is now available on the Playstation Network and includes all the multiplayer modes, online features, and updated graphics of the Live version.






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