Bounty Hounds delayed in Japan
Namco's new sci-fi third-person shooter for the PSP won't be hitting stores as expected next month in Japan.
Japanese gamers hoping to get ahold of Namco's Bounty Hounds for the PSP will have to wait a bit longer. The company has announced that it will delay the game's release in Japan from October 27 to an unannounced date so it can implement "quality improvements." Bounty Hounds is a sci-fi-themed third-person shooter with a heavy emphasis on combat. The game is being created by development studio Xpec, whose previous games include the Xbox Gauntlet-clone Black Stone: Magic & Steel and the GameCube platformer Hello Kitty: Roller Rescue.
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