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Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower Latest News - PSP

Game Description:Capcom's Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower summons all 18 monster warriors from its five previous installments. With awesome graphics and Wi-Fi functionality, Darkstalkers is the perfect 2D brawler for the PSP handheld. Fight as Demitri Maximoff the Vampire, Bishamon the Samurai ghost, or Morrigan Aenslaed the Succubus from Scotland. Play in Arcade, Network, Versus, Limit Battle, and Tower modes. NOTE: Wi-Fi Compatible (Ad Hoc/Infrastructure).
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  • Capcom Dropping More Classic Games On PS3 And PSP

    Capcom is one of those rare companies that has managed to create great games over a long period of time: Over the last 30 years(!) Capcom was responsible for shaping the industry and art form we know and love, but hasn't fallen off: From Mega Man to Resident Evil, Capcom's overall output has been stunning. If you'd like to look at the company...

    Posted August 12, 2009

    Capcom Dropping More Classic Games On PS3 And PSP

 


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