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Heavenly Sword Videos and Trailers - PS3

Game Description:When your family has been destroyed and your clan's most treasured artifact has been threatened, it's up to you to seek revenge. You play Nariko, a fiery red-haired warrior who takes up the ancient Heavenly Sword to defeat the invading king and his army. However, the more Nariko wields the sword, the more it slowly drains her life-force, ensuring her death within hours. Cut your way through a swarm of enemies using the transforming sword and develop your own fighting style on the fly. It's no picnic, though, because your enemies will use advanced tactics in their attempts to bring you down. The game brings all the power of the PS3 system to bear for a gorgeous and incredible final battle!
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