Over the course of the last generation XSEED Games has come seemingly out of nowhere to steal my heart. That's in no small part due to the fact that the publisher is always bringing new and intriguing Japanese software to platforms that the rest of the publishing world seems to ignore.
Such is the case today with their newest release, a first-person dungeon-crawler that goes by the name of Unchained Blades that's available now for download on PlayStation Network for $29.99. Given XSEED's excellent track record and favorable early reports, things are looking up for PSP owners ready to dig into this 60+ hour RPG. Hey, Sony! Can you make sure we can play the damn thing on Vita? Please?
Unchained Blades hits PSN today, is it the PSP RPG for you? [PlayStation Blog]
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