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Punisher: No Mercy dated and priced for NA

Submitted by on Tuesday, 23 June 2009One Comment
It’s been a while since we discussed PSN exclusive Punisher: No Mercy. Based in the Marvel universe, Zsolt Kigyossy, the Managing Director of ZEN Studios, has returned to the official PS blog to announce the impending arrival of the FPS hyper-violent download-only title this July.
What’s more, we also learn how punishing the price will be on our wallets (sorry).
Arriving on July 2nd and priced at $9.99, fans of Frank Castle and his tailored method of vengeance will be able to embody the character in what promises to be a visceral and high-octane Punisher adventure.
We’re looking forward to seeing how the multi-player elements plays out but Zsolt also touches upon an original storyline featuring some unlockable content along the way. The story is also supported by some awesome Mike Deodato art-work. Of course, you knew that already.

Punisher dated Punisher: No Mercy dated and priced for NA It’s been a while since we discussed PSN exclusive Punisher: No Mercy.

Zsolt Kigyossy, the Managing Director of ZEN Studios, has returned to the official PS blog to announce the impending arrival of the hyper-violent download-only FPS title this July.

What’s more, we also learn how punishing the price will be on our wallets (sorry).

Arriving on July 2nd and priced at $9.99, fans of Frank Castle and his tailored method of vengeance will be able to embody the character in what promises to be a visceral and high-octane Punisher adventure.

Based in the Marvel universe, we’re looking forward to seeing how the multi-player elements plays out. It’s not all online fragging however, as Zsolt touches upon how the game also has an original storyline featuring some unlockable content along the way. The story is also supported by some awesome Mike Deodato art-work. Of course, you knew that already.

No news on other regions getting a release but, expect some developments in the upcoming months.