The 3rd Birthday Previews - PSP

Game Description:Hideous creatures descend on Manhattan. Ground reports from the squad tasked with containing the pandemonium refer to these life forms as the Twisted. An investigatory team known as the CTI is formed within the year. The Overdive system emerges as a means of opposition, but only one viable candidate exists –Aya Brea. A gift as she awakens from a lost past on this, the occasion of her third birth.
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    Gamescom 2010: The 3rd Birthday Preview

    Remember your 3rd Birthday? Neither do we. But with the upcoming The 3rd Birthday title from Square Enix, you might remember things. Take a look.

    Posted: Aug 23, 2010

  • The 3rd Birthday Video Review

    Posted: April 11, 2011

    8,995 Views | 02:22

  • The 3rd Birthday Action Gameplay

    Posted: March 24, 2011

    6,058 Views | 01:11

  • The 3rd Birthday Cinematic Trailer

    Posted: March 24, 2011

    2,747 Views | 00:46

  • The 3rd Birthday "Over Energy Menu" Tutorial

    Posted: March 17, 2011

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  • The 3rd Birthday Liberation Battle Video

    Posted: March 14, 2011

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