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Meet a few of Titan Souls' ruthless bosses that will kill you over and over


11:15 AM on 08.25.2014



Acid Nerve's Titan Souls was one of the few games I saw at E3 that I couldn't get enough of. It left a lasting impression on me, and by the time I was done, I just wanted more. Death after death was doled out by bosses that were huge in stature, especially compared to my tiny one hit point hero. This video shows some of those 20-ish overwhelming presences that will be in the final game when it launches in early 2015 for PC, PS Vita, and PS4.








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