ATLUS releases new Rock Beats Everything video and screens

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August 17, 2011 - ATLUS today dropped new assets and information for the upcoming Rock of Ages, a balls-to-the-walls game of tower offense featuring fast-paced strategy, high art, and gigantic boulders of doom slated for digital release for PlayStation 3, Xbox LIVE Arcade for Xbox 360 and PC.  

 

The "Rock Beats Everything" trailer is both a tribute to gaming history and also a great sampling of Rock of Ages' gameplay. The new trailer and screenshots some great visual designs and brilliantly integrated classic art history.

 

ATLUS and ACE Team also confirmed that Rock of Ages will release on Xbox LIVE Arcade for the Xbox 360 system on August 31st, and for PC and PlayStation 3 system later this Summer.

A Little about the title

Rock of Ages is a combination of deep strategy, rock-rolling action, and captivating art and music from throughout history! Two castles stand opposed, bridged by an uneven, narrow pathway. One is yours and the other is your enemy's. You hate them which is justification enough to try crushing it using an enormous rolling stone. Unfortunately, they'll have a chance to plan and build up some security, doing everything they can to derail your razing rock. Get through their defenses and you're one step closer to crushing their unsightly tower. But don't take your turn for granite. Once your turn is over, your opponent's begins...

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