Sega has lifted the lid on a new PlayStation Vita title called Samurai & Dragons.
As detailed by Gamespot, it's an action/strategy hybrid that sees you crawling through dungeons, dispatching monsters and collecting loot. You'll then have to spend all that cash on building up your city and training an army.
It's online-enabled, allowing you to either form alliances with other players or invade their cities, depending on which side of the bed you got out of that day.
It's being produced by Masayoshi Kikuchi who previously worked on Yakuza, Jet Set Radio Future and Panzer Dragoon.
There's no word on a release date yet and the original announcement was made in Japanese magazine Famitsu, so a European localisation isn't exactly locked-in.