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Projectile fighter Lethal League lands a sequel next year

I figured something like Lethal League would live out its days as a one-off, but the projectile-smacking fighter is getting a surprise sequel. Lethal League Blaze is coming to PC and consoles next year. I've gotta say, this is a good-ass reveal trailer. Short, sweet, and stylish. The original game's boss, Doombox, is now a full roster inclusion -- no cheat codes needed. Team Reptile is also planning more characters, modes, and four-player matches for Lethal League Blaze.
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