f you aren't yet feeling festive then this little homebrew offering should cheer you up and change even the biggest of Scrooges into budding Santas. Vaza from our forums has released a special Christmas edition of his Sonic Battle Arena game for the PSP which recieved so much attention when it went online back in July. Technically there isn't anything festive about this release, but 'tis the season to be jolly so Vaza has decided to release this version of SBA as a sort of preview as to what you can expect from the game in the future. We know you want to know what's new, so here it is; your very own Christmas present from Vaza:
* Added defending
* Power Bar representation
* Several AI tweaks
* Several AI animation fixes
* 2 More levels
* 1 Level with special environments
* Enemy is now strong enough to win
* Added springs
* Health bar power ups added (Green Hill only)
* New characters: Shadow, Chaos and Rogue!
Unfortunately this festive release does not include an options menu or online play because Vaza has had to remove them during development, but it should be added again in the future. There are some bugs in this release in the AI, animation and enemy defence department, details of which can be found in the readme included with the download but in comparison with the last Sonic Battle Arena release this project has improved dramatically in quality of gameplay.
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