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  • Blog Post: Bringing Hack-And-Slash To The Handheld

    Lootfests are a rarity in the handheld space. Even the ones that do make it into your palms are far removed from the likes of Baldur’s Gate, Diablo, or Torchlight. Heroes of Ruin attempts to offer that type of hack-and-slash RPG with an overhead camera, multiple classes to choose from, and lots... More
  • Blog Post: Dungeon Crawling On The Go

    Action-RPGs reward players willing to spend countless hours grinding mobs and farming loot, but we can’t drag our game consoles and PCs around with us. Heroes of Ruin let’s players customize their characters’ skills and appearance, trudge through randomly generated dungeons, and team... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Tour Of Heroes Of Ruin In New Alchitect Walkthrough

    Heroes of Ruin is bringing dungeon-crawling adventure to the 3DS this June, and a new developer walkthrough provides a nice look at what you can expect to see in the game. Take a tour of its various combat and loot systems through the eyes of the alchitect class. In addition to showing off how the alchitect... More
  • Blog Post: New Heroes Of Ruin Trailer Provides Look At Story, Environments, More Shark People

    Square Enix wants players to pay attention to its upcoming 3DS game Heroes of Ruin for a variety of reasons. It's an action RPG with drop in, drop out co-op. The game's world changes as players explore it. Heroes can collect scads of loot. Those points are all fine and good, but we're most... More
  • Blog Post: Watch A Shark-Man Die In Heroes Of Ruin Trailer

    Square-Enix's upcoming four player, online-enabled 3DS action RPG, Heroes of Ruin, is looking pretty promising. This trailer shows off the beasts you'll banish and the adventurers you'll become. Keep an out out for the shark-man. Trust me, it's worth it. For more info on Heroes of Ruin... More
  • Blog Post: Square Reveals Heroes Of Ruin

    The 3DS lineup has been short on RPGs, but that'll change with the release of Square Enix's Heroes of Ruin. The game has been developed specifically for the platform, which means that it will take full advantage of what the 3DS can offer, beyond the obvious inclusion of 3D visuals. “Using... More
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