Lord Of Apocalypse Will Have A Demo

Sony Square Enix RPG PSP PS Vita News

If you are excited to try out Lord of Apocalypse, then you are in luck. Square Enix have announced that the PSP version will have a demo released during this month, most likely on the Japanese Playstation Network. This follows its predecessor, Lord of Arcana, as that game had received a demo prior to its Japan release. It was revealed in the latest Famitsu issue. However, no other details have been revealed, such as the length and amount of content.

The Playstation Portable isn’t the only platform that will be receiving the title. Sony’s newest handheld, the Playstation Vita, will receive the game as a launch title on December 17. That date is also the same date of the PSP release. Both versions will have a boxed and digital copy, with the digital copy going slightly cheaper than the boxed version. Both games, however, will feature the same content and will unable to cross multiplay with each other.

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