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  Wolf Fang Comes Howling to the PlayStation®Network
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02/11/2014
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Hokkaido, Japan - February 11, 2014 - MonkeyPaw Games, Inc. announced that Wolf Fang is available on the PlayStation®Network starting today for $5.99 for PlayStation®3, PlayStation®Vita and PSP®. Players looking for a bite of pure, authentic arcade action have plenty to sink their teeth into with the fourth Retro Rush title.

Wolf Fang’s roots trace all the way back to Japanese arcades and is the sequel to the 16-bit title Vapor Trail. Assemble a battle-ready mech to survive the relentless waves of enemies in this intense run-and-gun shooter.

Customization is a central feature in Wolf Fang with 12 parts to swap in and out. The mechs players create will handle and control differently based on the configuration chosen. That means players will be able to find a loadout that fits their playstyle to accomplish each of the game’s bullet packed missions.

Wolf Fang is part of the Retro Rush event from MonkeyPaw Games. MonkeyPaw is working toward releasing six PSone® titles on the PlayStation®Network in the first quarter of 2014. More information about the Retro Rush event can be found on the MonkeyPaw Games website at www.MonkeyPawGames.com/retro-rush/.

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Wolf Fang Features:

  • Assemble a customized robot from parts you choose
  • A campaign to liberate Australia
  • 12 different endings
 

About MonkeyPaw Games

MonkeyPaw Games, Inc. is a digital distribution-focused videogame publishing firm that specializes in bridging Japanese and Western markets with offices in San Jose, CA and  Hokkaido, Japan.

MonkeyPaw Games has introduced numerous true Japanese imports to Western and European markets, including Gaia Seed, Sonic Wings Special, and Cho Aniki, as well as classic RPGs such as Vanguard Bandits, Alundra and the Arc the Lad series of games. MonkeyPaw Games revitalizes these Japanese experiences for the PlayStation®Network in the PSone® Imports section. MonkeyPaw Games also supports titles on Xbox® LIVE Arcade, Nintendo® WiiWare, Nintendo® DSiWare and PC gaming digital distribution platforms.

"PlayStation" is a registered trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

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