God Eater Burst hits UK in March

Namco Bandai has announced Japanese hit God Eater Burst will arrive in UK stores on March 18th.

The PSP action game sold half a million copies during its first three weeks on sale in Japan following its 34/40 score in Famitsu magazine. It went on to become the ninth best-selling game in Japan from December 2009 to June 2010.

God Eater Burst features new modes and gameplay improvements over the Japanese version, while retaining features from the original such as online co-op and customisable attacks.

It accompanies a range of other Namco Bandai titles this Q1, including DS compilation Atari Greatest Hits on February 4th and Hello Kitty Seasons on Wii on February 11th.

Family Party: 90 Great Games hits shelves on February 18th, while Knights Contract arrives on PS3 and Xbox 360 on February 25th.

The publisher also confirmed that Move and Kinect movie game Yoostar 2 and PSP title Naruto Shippuden: Kizuna Drive will arrive this March.

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