See Class of Heroes 2G Dual-Screen Feature in Action
San Jose, CA - July 22, 2014 - Today, MonkeyPaw Games and GAIJINWORKS have detailed how the North American exclusive dual-screen feature will work for the dungeon crawling RPG Class of Heroes 2G for the PlayStation®3 that is arriving in August 2014.
The dual-screen feature is accessible to anyone with a copy of Class of Heroes 2G for the PlayStation 3. Adventurers will also need a PSP® or PlayStation®Vita to link to the game to display the second screen.
The second screen will allow players to get constant access to important details like in-game maps, comprehensive character status/information and detailed enemy descriptions along with what loot they drop.
Not only will the PSP® or PlayStation®Vita offer the extra nuggets of valuable information but allow players to control the on-screen action for Class of Heroes 2G, creating a fully immersive experience.
All the information displayed on the PSP® or PlayStation®Vita is still accessible in the game without the additional hardware, it just won’t be displayed alongside the action on the screen.
A video of the dual-screen mode in action can be found on the GAIJINWORKS YouTube page.
Information about Class of Heroes 2G and the extremely limited edition physical, boxed copies can be found on the MonkeyPaw Games website.
About MonkeyPaw Games
MonkeyPaw Games, Inc. is a digital distribution-focused videogame publishing company that introduces Japanese imports to Western and European territories and reintroduces forgotten classic game franchises all over the world. With over 25 games released so far, titles ranging from Arc the Lad to Cho Aniki, MonkeyPaw Games continues to revitalize classic games that stand the test of time. MonkeyPaw Games has offices in San Jose, CA and Hokkaido, Japan to bridge the gap between Japanese and Western markets.
GAIJINWORKS was founded by Victor Ireland after spending more than 15 years as President of console game publisher Working Designs, where he innovated deluxe packaging, special premiums, pack-in soundtracks and game documentaries for their highly rated RPG products. Many of the practices he innovated have become standard in the RPG segment and console games in general. GAIJINWORKS is focused on continuing a tradition of fan-service for game fans in both the digital and physical media markets. GAIJINWORKS can be contacted at www.gaijinworks.com.
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