has announced that the original PlayStation title Vanguard Bandits
will be released again on November 15. The game was created by Human Software
and originally released back in 1998. It will now return as a PSOne Classic with tactical RPG gameplay that has players controlling armored mechs on isometric battlefields. Also, the game features 3D animated battles and three story branches with five different endings. MonkeyPaw Games will release a digital strategy guide for free, which will help players on their adventures in the game's massive world.
will be available on November 15 for download on the PlayStation Network.
Vanguard Bandits Smashes Its Way Onto The PlayStation®Network On Tuesday, Nov. 15
It's been a busy month here at MonkeyPaw Games. We released BurgerTime World Tour on Xbox® LIVE Arcade on November 2nd and we will release the game on the PlayStation®Network on November 15th. On the same day, we will also release yet another rare PSone® Classic from the RPG vault. Together with our friends at GaijinWorks, we’ll bring you Vanguard Bandits.
Vanguard Bandits was originally released in glorious box form from famed publisher Working Designs. Created by Human Software and released in 1998 in Japan, the game captivated users with its tactical combat and support-centric strategy role-playing. Set in a medieval fantasy world, armored mecha are controlled by the residing pilots who can maneuver on an isometric grid of squares. 3D battle animations take place over the grid, while cut scenes play out the story. The character list, location variety and event schedule add up to an incredible amount of intense gameplay and longevity spread over three story branches and five different endings.
MonkeyPaw Games will offer a license for a free digital Vanguard Bandits strategy guide download from our website to help you through this enormous world. You’ll need it. It's a large world indeed. Please let us know what you think about the game and state your preferences as to the games you’d like to see MonkeyPaw Games bring you in the future. You can reach us on Twitter
. We’ll do our best to bring those Japanese gems.