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Tecmo announces Rev title

And Monster Farm for PC.

Tecmo has confirmed its support for the Nintendo Revolution, announcing that a new instalment in the Pangya golf series will appear on the console.

The first Pangya title, which was developed by Korean developer Ntreev Soft, is an online golf game for the PC. Players are not required to pay a monthly fee, but must cough up to acquire better items in the game.

The Revolution version, which is tentatively titled Sukatto Golf Pangya Revolution, is set to launch on the same day as the console - whenever that may be. Tecmo has not revealed whether or not the game will feature an online element, or if it will make use of the freestyle controller, but both prospects seem likely.

Tecmo has also announced that Monster Farm Online will be heading to the PC by the end of the year. Once again, there will be no subscription fee, but you'll have the option to buy extra content online.

Tecmo is best known for producing the Dead or Alive series and Ninja Gaiden - so is there any chance we'll see those titles on the Rev, too? They're saying nothing for now, but here's hoping...