CYPRESS, CA - July 14, 2005 - Bandai Games Inc. today announced that it will publish a mechanized combat RPG featuring an original storyline and characters set in a massive alternative world of the future.
Along with the original storyline and cast of characters, this single-player turn-based RPG features fully customizable machines, vehicles and weapons. With an easy pick-up-and-play interface combined with an endless number of customizations and optimizations, the game is one that will appeal to both beginners and hardcore RPG fans alike.
Large mechanized machines mysteriously appear in great numbers across the globe and cause chaos and destruction. A young boy loses his friends and family in this catastrophic event. As the young boy, you will traverse the globe by air, land and sea with your team of pilots and machines to solve the mystery behind this attack and hunt down those responsible. Along the way, you will encounter new rivals and enemies while gathering allies and equipment to add strength to your cause.
Customize your machines with 60 optional parts, 200 interchangeable parts and weapons to specialize in a variety of different tactics, or transform them into agile melee combat machines for an intriguing one-of-a-kind game play experience. It's up to you to determine what the right balance is for your customizations! Assume the role of a character designed by renowned artist Akira Yasuda, best known for his work on the "Street Fighter" series, and battle against over 300 unique mechanized enemies.
About Bandai Games Inc.
Bandai Games Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bandai America Incorporated and a leading publisher of interactive entertainment software for popular videogame systems such as the PSPTM (PlayStation Portable) system, PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox® video game system from Microsoft, the Nintendo DSTM, Nintendo GameCubeTM, and the Game Boy® Advance. Unique characters and stimulating game experiences highlight Bandai Games Inc.'s distinctive product lineup which include hit titles such as "Inuyasha" and "Digimon." Bandai Games Inc. is headquartered in Cypress, California. For more information and press downloads
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Robin John Rosales