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Swords & Soldiers screens and video accompany EU launch
Wednesday, 20 Oct, 2010 – 10:39 | 5 Comments
Swords & Soldiers screens and video accompany EU launch

The unique side-scrolling RTS, Swords & Soldiers, has been out in North America for a couple of weeks now, but the European version won’t be hitting the PlayStation Store until later today. To go along with it, we’ve got new screenshots and a launch trailer, so come on and check them out!

Swords & Soldiers will support 3D for everyone
Thursday, 16 Sep, 2010 – 3:30 | One Comment
Swords & Soldiers will support 3D for everyone

Bust out your classic 3D glasses — you know, the ones with the red and blue colored lenses — because the upcoming side-scrolling real time strategy game Swords & Soldiers will be getting a 3D makeover.

Swords & Soldiers: a side-scrolling real-time strategy game for PSN
Friday, 16 Jul, 2010 – 20:04 | 3 Comments
Swords & Soldiers: a side-scrolling real-time strategy game for PSN

Swords & Soldiers is a side-scrolling real-time strategy game that has you command Vikings, Aztecs and Chinese forces to victory in a cartoon world. It was released last year on Nintendo’s WiiWare platform, where it received positive reviews. Sony must have been admiring from afar because they have now struck a deal with its developers, Ronimo Games, to bring Swords & Soldiers complete with all its quirky chaos to the PlayStation Network.