swordsandsoldiersRelease:September 28, 2010 - PlayStation 3 (US)
October 20, 2010 - PlayStation 3 (EU)
Delisting (approx):December 2014
(Available For: 4y 2m)
Developer:Ronimo Games
Publisher:Sony Online Entertainment/Daybreak Game Company
Available On:PC, Steam , Nintendo Wii/Wii U (EU, US),
Nintendo 3DS (EU, US), Mobile Platforms
Links:Swords & Soldiers Homepage, PlayStation Store Page

Delisting

Swords & Soldiers’ availability on PlayStation 3 was first brought into question on December 28th, 2014. In detailing the differences between the multiple versions of the game, NeoGAF user, Hero of Legend, questioned that the PS3 release was delisted. Hero of Legend links to the game’s PlayStation Store page and mentions that the demo was still available. The demo has since been removed.

If the game was delisted in late 2014 it puts it very close to the sale of Sony Online Entertainment which was announced in February of 2015. After the announcement several titles were quickly delisted and it is possible many others were shut down in the preceding year as the terms of the sale were being finalized.

Fortunately, the game remains available on numerous platforms but the PlayStation 3 edition was the only one to support 3D televisions and offer display modes for anaglyph 3D glasses.

About the Game

Blend ninja monkeys, attacking Aztecs and brutal Vikings with everything you love about real time strategy games and you’ve got Swords and Soldiers, a unique new game hitting the PlayStation®Network! 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, campaigns and abilities. Advance through each level and unlock special modes, minigames and PSN trophies as you go!

Features:

  • 30 campaign missions
  • Bold 2D graphics
  • 20 PlayStation Network trophies to earn
  • Local and Online multiplayer modes
  • Campaign, Skirmish and Challenge mode
  • Survival, Berserker Run and Boulder mode mini-game types
  • Available for the first time in 3D!*

* 3D Requires a 3D enabled television in combination with appropriate (shutter)glasses. For normal TV’s, the game also supports the following combinations of colored glasses: Green/Magenta“, ” Red/Green“, “Red/Cyan” and “Red/Blue“. It is also possible to swap left and right colours for each combination.

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