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Atlus Giving Away Three Signed Copies of Neverland Card Battles

Atlus is currently running a promotion to give away three copies of its recent game, Neverland Card Battles.  The contest is only open to members of the Atlus Faithful that receive the Atlus newsletter, so unless you got an invitation to join in the contest, you will be unable to do so for this one.  In the past, Atlus Faithful have been alerted to such things as a limited reprinting of Persona 2 for the PS1 and other interesting news tidbits.  To sign up for future news and promotions, click here to join the Faithful.

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Neverland Card Battles Deals Out Demo

If you missed out on Neverland Card Battles on October 28 because you were waiting in line  for your copy of Fallout 3, here’s your chance to take another look at it. A demo, which includes opening cut scenes, a tutorial, and a playable level, is now available through the PlayStation store on the PSP.

Neverland Card Battles for the PSP brings the mechanics of tabletop card games into a strategy RPG. It’s rated T for Teen and retails for $29.99.

Fallout 3 and Neverland Land Card Battles Hit U.S. Shelves

Whether you’re interested in shooting mutants in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, or fighting monsters using mystical cards, there’s something for you today.

Those who didn’t go to Fallout 3‘s midnight launch can pick it up during regular store hours as of today. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions are going for a suggested retail price of $59.99 and the Windows version for $49.99. The game is rated M for mature.

Neverland Land Card Battles for the PSP has also hit store shelves and retails at $29.99. It’s rated T for Teen.

Neverland Site Gets Shinier

Eager fans of Neverland Card Battles, a card-based RPG for the PSP, can get some new goodies on the game’s official website. The site, which has been gradually revealing new cards and characters, is showing off some new playing cards and two new “Dominators,” Iglus and Refina, who can employ the power of the Spectral Cards. A new downloadable wallpaper has also been added.

Neverland Card Battles is due out this fall and has been rated “T” for Teen.