Under Defeat HD drops price to $30, retail version full of extras

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Under Defeat HD drops price to $30, retail version full of extras

Under Defeat, a vertical shooter by G.Rev, was originally an arcade game, and then it saw home release on the Dreamcast in Japan – in 2006, long after the Dreamcast's natural lifespan had ended.

Under Defeat returns this fall in high definition, on the PS3, a platform that is currently being supported. The price for the retail/PSN release has been dropped from $40 to $30 since publisher Rising Star initially announced the release plans, which is good news for fans of ten-dollar bills.

The retail version, despite selling for the same price, will include bonuses like a "digital art book, all current DLC and patches, a soundtrack CD and an exclusive letter from the CEO of G.Rev and the game's executive producer, Hiroyuki Maruyama," boasts Rising Star on the PlayStation Blog.
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Let the intense shoot 'em up gameplay begin! Today, Rising Star Games has released an all-new trailer for arcade shooter Under Defeat HD: Deluxe Edition, showcasing classic arcade action with multiple weapon and vehicle options, all set within a graphically updated environment.

Under Defeat HD is developed by Japanese arcade game powerhouse G.rev and will be arriving in North America this November exclusively for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and PlayStation®Network. Gamers will get to enjoy brand new upgrades and player modes as they take on the role of a helicopter pilot placed within a war-torn struggle between the Empire and Union.

In addition to the full game disc, Rising Star Games' Under Defeat HD: Deluxe Edition includes:
Digital art book
All current DLC and patches
Soundtrack CD
Letter from G.rev CEO and Under Defeat Executive Producer Hiroyuki Maruyama
Under Defeat HD will be available this fall on both the PlayStation 3 system and PlayStation Network for $29.99.
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