Ubi to publish Enchanted Arms

X360 RPG due this summer.

Ubisoft's set to publish From Software's Xbox 360 RPG Enchant Arm in Europe and the US this summer, the publisher's announced.

It'll be called Enchanted Arms here - a bit of a change from its rather untypable Japanese moniker "[eM] -eNCHANT arM-".

For those who haven't been keeping up, Enchanted Arms is a turn-based RPG in which the player adopts the mantle of an enchanter-in-training, controlling more than 75 creatures over the course of his quest.

Ubisoft's promising more than "50 hours" of gameplay, and the game includes a full hour of anime-style cut-scenes too.

And of course it's worth noting that it's yet another game from Ubisoft's infamous leaked release schedule - denied at the time, but looking increasingly genuine.

Also on the schedule were a new Brothers In Arms game (two in fact - so far Ubi's announced one), some new Tom Clancy games (with a new Rainbow Six already announced), and Naruto for Xbox 360, which Ubisoft unveiled just recently. Rayman 4 also appeared on the list.

Indeed, it's looking more like Ubisoft denied the schedule because of the games it couldn't confirm - like a new Lumines for PSP and PS2, which we now know that Buena Vista will be handling.

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