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Monday, 03 March 2008 06:57

Capcom?s Rocketmen to come home

Written by David Stellmack
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To be released on both XBLA and PSN


Capcom’s Arcade hit Rocketmen: Axis of Evil with drop on both Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network next week with the latest updates. Rocketmen: Axis of Evil is a multiplayer arcade shooter that has its roots in the “card franchise” from WizKids.

Players will be able to customize the game to use either male or female characters that will span three races of humans, Mercurians or Venusians. Each of these races will offer three classes and you can get additional abilities or items by completing a variety of quests.

The title will support up to four players in both an online multiplayer mode as well as an offline mode. Unique to the title are the multiple mini-games that are included in the game, as well as the massive number of levels that feature a variety of enemies and bosses to destroy.

The pricing of Rocketmen: Axis of Evil has not been set yet, but it is expected to be in line with other titles released on both platforms. According to Capcom, unlike many other titles that have been released, Rocketmen: Axis of Evil has been designed with maximum replay value in mind.

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