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Kingdom Under Fire: Heroes

 Written by John Scalzo  on September 18, 2006

News: Popular franchise goes next-gen.

Microsoft's Kingdom Under Fire series has flown under the radar when it comes to bigtime Xbox releases. But they hope to change all that when Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom comes to the Xbox 360 next summer.

Circle of Doom will be the first Action RPG in the series and while it will not continue the storyline of the first three titles, many characters from those games will make an appearance.

And don't think you'll be taking on the thousands of on-screen enemies alone. Microsoft and developer Blueside will be bringing four-player Xbox Live play to Circle of Doom.

We'll have more on Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom soon.

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