Don't worry, it isn't a huge delay, and that story trailer almost makes up for the wait.

Today, Atlus revealed both the new trailer below and the fact that The Cursed Crusade has been pushed back a couple of weeks. It will now launch for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on October 25.

Gamers will also get a demo two weeks prior to launch; on or around the previous release date for the final product. The demo will let us try the "Assault on Castle Biron" mission where we step into the shoes of Templar Denz de Bayle.

This is one of those games that could fly high with the strength of critical acclaim and positive fan word-of-mouth, or flounder in obscurity with a mediocre reception and the weight of Battlefield 3 pressing down (EA's hotly anticipated title also releases on the 25th). Of course, we're talking about two completely different games so hopefully, Atlus will get their just due.

Related Game(s): The Cursed Crusade

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WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
10 years ago

Was this game cut to $40 or $50? I forget.

Teddie9
Teddie9
10 years ago

I believe $40.

Lairfan
Lairfan
10 years ago

They're moving it to the exact same day Battlefield 3 is released? Smart move guys.

sirbob6
sirbob6
10 years ago

Well, I am looking forward to any game about the Crusades were you actually fight in the Crusades.

Snaaaake
Snaaaake
10 years ago

Well maybe it's just me but Dragon's Dogma look better than this.

Trying very hard to not be skeptical but I can't help it when we have stuff like Dark Souls……..

Clamedeus
Clamedeus
10 years ago

Dark Souls is going to be awesome. 😀

Snaaaake
Snaaaake
10 years ago

Sorry man but Dark Souls ain't going to be awesome.
IT'S ALREADY AWESOME!!

GuyverLT
GuyverLT
10 years ago

I agree but WHY compare the 2 when they look and feel so different from one another