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Ruin Has a New Name

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THE BUZZ: Developer Idol Minds saw fit to change the title of their upcoming dungeon crawler, formerly known as Ruin, for the PS Vita. What the world knew as Ruin will now be called Warrior’s Lair. No word has been given for the reason of the change. Warrior’s Lair was initially shown off at E3 last year and gave a glimpse of how sharing save file between the Playstation 3 and the PS Vita would work.

EGM’s TAKE: We’ll be honest, besides sharing save files, Ruin, sorry, Warrior’s Lair seems fairly generic. The title Ruin wasn’t doing it any favors either. Not that Warrior’s Lair is much better, but at the very least, it has word Warrior in the title, and kids will like that. Whether Sony can entice gamers to give this seemingly one trick pony a shot is another problem all together.

Source: Playstation

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Ruin Has a New Name

Developer Idol Minds saw fit to change the title of their upcoming dungeon crawler, formerly known as Ruin, for the PS Vita.

By EGM Staff | 01/14/2012 01:39 PM PT

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THE BUZZ: Developer Idol Minds saw fit to change the title of their upcoming dungeon crawler, formerly known as Ruin, for the PS Vita. What the world knew as Ruin will now be called Warrior’s Lair. No word has been given for the reason of the change. Warrior’s Lair was initially shown off at E3 last year and gave a glimpse of how sharing save file between the Playstation 3 and the PS Vita would work.

EGM’s TAKE: We’ll be honest, besides sharing save files, Ruin, sorry, Warrior’s Lair seems fairly generic. The title Ruin wasn’t doing it any favors either. Not that Warrior’s Lair is much better, but at the very least, it has word Warrior in the title, and kids will like that. Whether Sony can entice gamers to give this seemingly one trick pony a shot is another problem all together.

Source: Playstation

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