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Swords & Soldiers in Europe! Move support coming soon and PC & Mac release in two weeks!

Tomorrow, October 20th, the PlayStation®Network hit Swords & Soldiers will be available to European PS3 players! Move support is also coming soon! Giving PS3 owners the first chance to prove what is best: motion or dual analog controls. So take your thirst for battle online and dominate the rankings with your favorite controller.

But what’s better than playing Swords & Soldiers in 3D with the Move controller? We’ll tell you what’s better: playing Swords & Soldiers in 3D with a LIMITED EDITION CUSTOMIZED REDBEARD move controller! Check them out at: contest.swordsandsoldiers.com. In cooperation with IGN, Ronimo Games is giving away 3 customized move controllers during this weeks’ Game Scoop! podcast! So make sure you listen closely to episode 182!

The Game
Blend ninja monkeys, attacking Aztecs and brutal Vikings with everything you love about real time strategy games and you’ve got Swords & Soldiers! Acquire resources, assemble your army, thwart enemies and dominate your opponents in single and multiplayer local and online modes. Choose from the Aztec, Viking and Chinese factions, each with their own missions, units and abilities. Advance through each level and unlock Challenge modes and PSN trophies as you go!

If you manage to grab all 20 Trophies in the game, don’t forget to send the secret code to secretcode@ronimo-games.com. You might win some extra swag in recognition of your awesomeness! PC and Mac fans will also get their hands on the game in just two short weeks. Those versions are also equipped with a secret code generator, so get ready to grab those Steam Achievements!

Swords & Soldiers PSN supports 3D on all 2D and 3D TV’s and glasses! On a 3D enabled television in combination with appropriate (shutter)glasses you’ll get the full 3D experience. For normal TV’s, the game also supports the following combinations of colored glasses: Green & Magenta, Red & Green, Red & Cyan and Red & Blue.

For more news and updates check: www.facebook.com/SwordsAndSoldiers and twitter.com/swordsnsoldiers.

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