Dungeon Hunter: Alliance brings Co-op Hack-And-Slash Goodness to PS3

With this and Dungeon Siege also on the horizon, it looks like fans of hack-and-slash RPGs, like Champions of Norrath, might get more than their fill this year.

Dungeon Hunter made its debut on smart phones, but don’t let that deter your interest in any way.  Gameloft has made two games in the series, and they have both received some heavy praise for providing hours of quality Action RPG entertainment.

For this PlayStation 3 exclusive, Gameloft has upped the feature list (including mouse-like Move control support) to make Dungeon Hunter: Alliance a must-play title for fans of the genre.  Complete with co-op (4 player online and offline) along the main storyline and side quests, multiple classes to level, and items to collect, and updated HD graphics, Dungeon Hunter: Alliance looks to deliver on the things that folks love the most about Hack-and-Slash RPGs.

Push evil back to the depths of hell and squash the destructive ambitions of a tyrannical Queen… who was once your beloved!

-A unique multiplayer experience on PlayStation®Network: play locally or with your Friends, or team up online with players across the globe!

-The game difficulty will adapt to the number of players. Do your training and climb the ranks in the online global leaderboards.

-A real quest to complete solo or with others, spanning over 30 levels with an immense world of dungeons, villages and forests to explore, including areas that are randomly generated. Gothicus will never cease to amaze you!

-A level of production rarely achieved on PSN: graphics and special effects rivaling retail games, smooth animation even during multiplayer sessions, and a dark gothic ambiance that immerses you in the heart of the action.

-All the ingredients for a great role-playing game: choose your class, optimize your hero’s development by assigning experience points to the attributes of your choice, and equip your hero with the best armor thanks to the items you collect throughout your adventure.

-Fun “hack & slash” gameplay adapted to your preferences: choose between classic controls (with a wireless controller) or innovative controls thanks to compatibility with the PlayStation®Move motion controller to recreate a “point & click” experience similar to PC games.

Check out the trailer to Dungeon Hunter: Alliance, and let us know what you think.  The game is scheduled for an April release.

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