April 19, 2007 - Take-Two Interactive has announced it's bringing a PSP version of fantasy role-playing game Silverfall to Europe in June, complete with a head-to-head multiplayer for four players and co-op mode.
Originally released on PC earlier this year, Silverfall sees you thrown into a bitter battle against the forces of evil. During the course of your adventure you must decide whether to rely on the powers of nature or the wonders of science, which determines how you fight and the spells you can cast, as well as your path through the game.
Featuring a tactical approach to combat, Silverfall has more than 80 character attributes, which allows for a high level of customisation. This freedom to create the ultimate warrior or indeed mage proves invaluable as you fight your way through 35 creatures and seven bosses, each with specific strengths and weaknesses.
"We are thrilled to be working with Monte Cristo Games to bring this title to European consumers," said James Ellingford, international managing director of Take-Two. "Silverfall is another great game for the PSP system and we're confident players will find this pure action RPG adventure highly rewarding."
Unfortunately we weren't too impressed by the original PC game, as you can see by reading IGN's review. Here's hoping the PSP version fares better.
Thanks to IGN.com for sharing the news with us!