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Red Steel 2 arrives this March in the US and Europe


11:30 PM on 01.26.2010



Ubisoft has finally confirmed the release dates for Red Steel 2 in the US and Europe. Americans will be getting the game on March 23 and Europe will get the game a few days later on March 26.

You'll have two options of buying the game here in the US. You'll be able to pick up the game for the regular price of $49.99, or for $10 more, you can get the game along with the Wii MotionPlus attachment. And if you're pre-order the game from GameStop, you'll also get two in-game bonus swords.

Europeans looking forward to Red Steel 2 are definitely getting the killer pre-order bonus. The bonuses will include an art book, a Red Steel 2 branded metal bullet and four exclusive in-game weapons. You can get all the details on these bonus items over on Ubisoft's Forums.

Red Steel 2 cuts March 23 in US, March 26 in EU [GameSpot]






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