E3 2010: Gameloft Announces New MMO for PSN

Posted By | On 14th, Jun. 2010

Gameloft just announced an all new MMORPG exclusively for the PSN, titled Monster Hunter Alliance. The game will be featuring four player online and offline modes as well.

There is a trailer of the game that can be found below.

There isn’t much info on the game yet, but we’ll keep you posted as this matter builds.


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