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Save the world in your underwear in Labyrinth Cross Blood


11:00 AM on 02.06.2013



If you love obscure Japanese dungeon crawlers, Labyrinth Cross Blood: Infinity for the PlayStation Vita is for you. Originally released on the PC, the game was later ported to the 360 as Labyrinth Cross Blood: Reloaded -- and now, it's getting a Vita release.

This new trailer shows off the party customization options of the game, as well as the Wizardry style first person gameplay. While the genre may be sufficiently niche, I do enjoy a solid, interesting anime-themed game without fail, and I'm still not tired of the dungeon genre.

If it ever sees a release outside of Japan, I'll take any Vita games I can get.






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