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Lost Dimension will launch on July 28 with free DLC

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First character trailer released

It's a good news day for fans of the upcoming tactical sci-fi RPG, Lost Dimension. In addition to the announcement of a July 28 release date, Atlus has announced that $20 of DLC will be given away for free during the two weeks following the game's launch. The free stuff will include nine character costumes, 12 PSN avatars, a map set which includes an additional story, and three more quest sets of varying levels of difficulty. 

This trailer introduces us to 3 of the 11 S.E.A.L.E.D. team members, including the player character, Sho. The neat thing about Lost Dimension's roster is that, throughout every playthrough, five characters will randomly be selected as traitors. After each dungeon floor, players must vote on a likely traitor who will then be killed. It's like a science-fiction, anime spin-off of the party game Mafia.

Lost Dimension will release for the PS3 and PS Vita on July 28 in North America. It'll also be coming to Europe sometime this summer, but no date has been announced at this time. 




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