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Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: Microsoft
  • Genre:Action, RPG
  • Developer: Blueside
  • Release Date:Jan 9, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player, 4 online
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore,Suggestive Themes,Violence)
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Game Description:The RPG has never been like this before! Engage in active combat as you battle thousands of onscreen enemies at once, but beware, because your focus is not simply massive destruction, but growth and expansion of your character and their abilities. Fight through randomly generated dungeons all by yourself, or join with up to three friends for four-person co-op over Xbox Live. Choose from six different characters, each with their own capabilities and the ability to wield up to six different weapons. With more than 50 abilities, 60 enhancements, and nearly infinite combinations with your weapons, you'll create exactly the character you want and battle more than 70 different enemies, from tiny goblins to towering behemoths.
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