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Adventures To Go

Platform(s): PSP
Genre: Role-Playing
Publisher: Zushi Games (EU), Natsume (US)
Developer: Global A Entertainment
Release Date: Oct. 29, 2009 (US), Feb. 2010 (EU)

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'Adventures To Go' (PSP) Goes Gold

by Rainier on Oct. 7, 2009 @ 6:39 a.m. PDT

Adventures To Go offers a refreshing twist on the strategy RPG genre, giving gamers the opportunity to shape and customize the game's dungeons to their own liking!

Adventures To Go offers a refreshing twist on the strategy RPG genre, giving gamers the opportunity to shape and customize the game's dungeons to their own liking!

In this hilarious and innovative strategy RPG, players take control of Finn Courtland and his band of misfits in their quest for fame and riches. Along the way, they just might have to save the world from the evil Arbitus and his band of demons. It'll take brains as well as brawn to win the day, though; the grid-based combat challenges players to think strategically and make the best use of each character's unique skills and abilities. The strategy doesn't end there, though! Players can spend their hard-earned cash to set up the game's randomized dungeons to their liking; choose the terrain, the size of the dungeon, and the monsters that you'll face. Play it safe, or take on bigger risks for even greater rewards! Your adventure is in your hands!

"We can't wait to bring Adventures To Go to gamers," said Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO at Natsume. "It is a unique and charming strategy RPG. Players will enjoy its combination of strategic combat, charming characters, humorous plot, and customizable dungeons that add unlimited replay value. It's definitely a game that should be on the radar of any RPG fan!"

Adventures To Go, rated E for Everyone, will be available exclusively at GameStop for $29.99.


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