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Pay off your debt with Sega's Hero Bank


9:00 PM on 07.05.2013



Yet another unique-looking 3DS game has emerged, and this time, it's Hero Bank from Sega -- a self described "battle-life RPG" that involves a young boy fighting to pay off his one-billion-yen debt. The more pumped you get the crowd, the more money you earn, which makes it easier to upgrade and pay off your debt. Like New Super Mario Bros. 2's "one-million-coin" goal, this will no doubt appeal to completionists everywhere.

Visually, the game is looking pretty neat, and I'm really digging the designs, so I hope it comes westward at some point. Plus, it has a kid who looks like Frankenstein with a mouse on his shoulder. Sold!






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