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Since the start of the manga back in 1990, there have only been two video games made in the Berserk franchise. The first was the Dreamcast game released in the West as Sword of the Berserk: Gut's Rage. There was, however, a second Berserk game which never left Asian shores: Berserk: Millennium Falcon Arc: Chapter of the Holy Demon War for the PlayStation 2.

The game's plot covers the story of volumes 22 to 27 in the manga, with an original side story or two added in for good measure.

The game itself plays a lot like God of War (though it was released nearly half a year before that game) and features hundreds upon hundreds of demons and trolls being cleaved in half by a giant sword. It also comes complete with quick time finishers, berserk mode, and a myriad of sub-weapons—including the ever-popular arm canon.

To see how the game looks in action, check out the video above.

Berserk: Millennium Falcon Arc: Chapter of the Holy Demon War was released on October 7, 2004, in Japan and Korea for the PlayStation 2. There has never been a Western release. Stay tuned to Kotaku East for our import preview later this week.