Well the fact that it is free to play takes away much of the edge of criticism I had for this, specifically the generic title which ironically probably FLATTERS what little the game has to offer.
No word on localized version of free-to-play strategy action title to be released for North America and Europe markets.
Sega announced that its action strategy hybrid title Samurai & Dragons will be localized in English and will be out in Asia.
Made for the PS Vita, the game is slated for a spring 2013 release in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia. There is no word on a North American or European release at this time.
Samurai & Dragons is an action strategy hybrid title where players fight to gain control of the world of Gaia=End. The game is divided into three parts: an action game where players fight different monsters with different character classes, a strategy simulation where players build their base, and a card battle segment where players fight against opponents to expand their territory.
This is called Kingdom Conquest for mobile devices. Kinda wonder why it got a name change for the Vita release. Anyone with an iOS or Android device can enjoy it, and its sequel, for free.
I wish there were a comprehensive list of every Vita game in development right now. I don't know about half of these games, I swear.
@HipHopBeats not even remotely clever
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