Class of Heroes 2 hits PSP, Vita this year

By Brenna Hillier, Friday, 1 June 2012 03:30 GMT

Class of Heroes II, unfortunately best known as a failed Kickstarter, will launch through the PlayStation Network during northern autumn. The 2009 RPG will be compatible with both the PSP and Vita, will allow for item trading on the PSP version, and boasts ten classes, 200 dungeons and more than 100 monster types.

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