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Marvelous is working on another 3DS online game


12:45 PM on 10.06.2011
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Marvelous has been working on a game called Dragon Marked for DeathGrand Knights History producer Yoshifumi Hashimoto told Siliconera that Dragon Marked for Death will be an online Nintendo 3DS game, after a recent platform change.

"Dragon Marked for Death is still in development. Right now we are working on the network features. It's coming along quite well, it's just that we’re not at a point where we can announce anything," Hashimoto said. "The online is going to be amazing, but we can’t announce anything else right now, though."

DMFD is being developed by Mega Man 9 developer Inti Creates. Let's hope we hear more about this one soon. More 3DS RPGs!






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