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Dungeon Keeper-style PSP game dated

Badman due in the US this July.

Nippon Ichi Software plans to release PSP strategy game Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do To Deserve This? across the US this July.

The publisher, writing on the US PlayStation Blog, promises us a PSN demo "soon", and offers plenty more details of the Dungeon Keeper-like strategy game.

Players - in Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! - control the God of Destruction and must stop heroes invading underground dungeons and dragging Badman, the leader of those parts, to the surface.

To do this, Gods need to dig through a 2D playing-grid of soil tiles to uncover monsters and demons powerful enough to eat heroes. Once found, the demons and monsters begin eating each other, reproducing and growing - adhering to the Demon Ecosystem. Keep this balanced and heroes should present no problem. But, with different soil, producer and consumer types, that task should soon become tricky.

Head over to our Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! gallery for the first batch of retro-styled screenshots.

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