Heroes of Ruin wrecking shop on June 26

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Heroes of Ruin wrecking shop on June 26

Heroes of Ruin will bring co-op dungeon crawling to 3DS on June 26, Square Enix announced today. If you want a chance to play it before then, Square will exhibit the game at PAX East this weekend.

If you want a less hands-on preview, the above video introduces the "Alchitect" character class, whose name is not a typo.
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Experience the Ever-Changing Adventure for Nintendo 3DS™ on June 26

Play HEROES OF RUIN at Square Enix Booth #850 at PAX East

LOS ANGELES (April 4, 2012) – Square Enix, Inc., the publishers of SQUARE ENIX® interactive entertainment products in the Americas, today announced HEROES OF RUIN™ will be available at North American retailers on June 26. Custom-built for the portable Nintendo 3DS™ system, with support for online play and a wealth of social gaming features (such as real-time chat through the Nintendo 3DS™ microphone), players will find a new experience awaits them every day.For those attending Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) East, HEROES OF RUIN will be playable at the Square Enix booth (#850).
HEROES OF RUIN challenges players to carve their own adventure, either venturing alone or joining forces with other heroes through seamless drop-in/drop-out co-op multiplayer. Players will enter an ever-changing world where danger waits around every corner. Heroes can explore and fight through wild, varied and dynamic environments, discovering new layouts and routes each time they play.

For more information about HEROES OF RUIN, join the community online at: www.HeroesOfRuin.com. HEROES OF RUIN is rated T (Teen). Please visit the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) website at www.esrb.org for more information about ratings.
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HEROES OF RUIN Official Facebook® Page: www.facebook.com/HeroesOfRuin
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