Hi everyone. I’m delighted to announce that as a few internet detectives in the comments have already deduced we will be bringing the awesome action driving game Crash City Mayhem (released as Runabout 3D: Drive Impossible by Rocket Company in Japan) to the Nintendo 3DS™ in the PAL region.
Experience high-octane driving thrills in glorious 3D as Crash City Mayhem comes speeding on to the Nintendo 3DS! The more you destroy, the greater your rewards as you smash through city streets in a series of dangerous missions against an evil syndicate of terrorists.
Drive a huge variety of crazy vehicles including mopeds, supercars and tanks!
Drive anywhere - rooftops, sewers, inside buildings, rail tracks and more.
Unlock a stash of secret items and vehicle upgrades.
Dodge the cops in a wealth of missions including high-speed pursuits, rescuing hostages and planting bombs!
This awesome game might at first glance seem a bit of a departure from our usual games but it still has a very Japanese feel to it :) It’s pretty crazy but great fun as well :)
Heading back to JRPGs now and I’m pleased to say that all the necessary updated metadata has been submitted to Sony and Fate/EXTRA should be appearing on the missing EU PSN stores on the 8th August. That’s just two days before the PlayStation®3 release of the awesome Agarest: Generations of War 2, for which the Collector’s Edition is still available for pre-order here. Once again apologies for any inconvenience this delay has caused and thank you for your patience
Finally our two PSP Sports games International Athletics and World of Pool are available as part of the Summer Sports Sale on PSN for just £3.19 saving you £2.30. You’ll have to sprint for these ones though as the prices will be pole vaulting back to their regular price of £5.49 on the 1st August.
That’s all for now. I hope you enjoyed reading about our latest acquisition. I’ll be back next week, but until then you can follow Ghostlight on our Twitter and Facebook pages, our Youtube Channel and our Google + account, where we’ll be posting all the latest news from Ghostlight. You can also follow me on Twitter for a more personal take on all things Ghostlight.
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