Publisher Take-Two Interactive have this week confirmed that they are to publish a PSP version of the recently released Monte Cristo RPG 'Silverfall', out on the PC in recent months. The handheld version of the impressive but flawed role-player will be released come June.
In boiling down the PC original for the PSP, we're promised a faithful rendition of the first game, beefed-up via a few new features. A head-to-head multiplayer mode for four players and a two-player co-op mode should prove popular.
"We are thrilled to be working with Monte Cristo Games to bring this title to European consumers," beamed Take-Two's James Ellingford. "Silverfall is another great game for the PSP system and we're confident players will find this pure action RPG adventure highly rewarding."
Monte Cristo also sang the praises of the new deal, stating that it will help them reach the largest possible audience.
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