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Local Video Game Company D3 Publisher Launches 2009 Lineup

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D3 Publisher is an L.A.-based video game company that just seems to know what’s up. By refusing to pigeonhole themselves into any particular genre, the developers have projects that range anywhere from cartoon franchise spin offs to sexy heroine hack n’ slashers, all of which cater to any and all gamers alike. Perhaps best known for their intergalactic-themed Puzzle Quest series, D3 is churning out a few fun titles that simply shouldn’t be overshadowed.

Last month news broke about a projected buyout by publisher Namco Bandai, which will inevitably offer both companies more series and licenses to work with. While the gaming world is still getting adjusted to this year’s early premier titles (Halo Wars, Street Fighter IV, and the upcoming Resident Evil 5), 2009 may just be D3’s year of gaming prominence. LAist was recently invited to check out some of the companies’ latest projects; check out a few highlights after the jump.