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A recent episode of the PlayStation Blogcast announced that Trapt will be making its way onto the PlayStation Store this week as a PlayStation 2 Classic.

Trapt was released for PS2 back in 2005 and sees players take on the role of Princess Allura, who has been framed as the murderer of her father, King Olaf, by her stepmother Catalina. Allura decides to escape and must progress through stages by making use of traps to take out enemies. Players can use money earned during stages to unlock new traps and different areas.

The game was originally the next title in the Deception series, but producer Keisuke Kikuchi opted for a new name as he considered it part of a new series. Deception IV: Blood Ties is set to release for PlayStation 3 and Vita in March.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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Trapt heading to PlayStation Store as a PS2 Classic

By Matthew Bennett | 02/3/2014 07:40 AM PT

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A recent episode of the PlayStation Blogcast announced that Trapt will be making its way onto the PlayStation Store this week as a PlayStation 2 Classic.

Trapt was released for PS2 back in 2005 and sees players take on the role of Princess Allura, who has been framed as the murderer of her father, King Olaf, by her stepmother Catalina. Allura decides to escape and must progress through stages by making use of traps to take out enemies. Players can use money earned during stages to unlock new traps and different areas.

The game was originally the next title in the Deception series, but producer Keisuke Kikuchi opted for a new name as he considered it part of a new series. Deception IV: Blood Ties is set to release for PlayStation 3 and Vita in March.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89