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Classic action and strategic gaming for DS

Bath, September 15th 2006 -Lexicon Entertainment, the rapidly emerging UK independent publisher, is pleased to announce the signing of Glory Days 2 DS - Brotherhood of Men for Nintendo DS.

Some of the best games have been devised on simple ideas and Glory Days 2 DS - Brotherhood of Men builds on this as two warring factions vie to become the supreme force. Explosive action as you endeavour to destroy the enemy command centre with your tanks, supported by helicopters, V2s, drones, bombers and paratroopers, while using cunning strategic deployment of your ground units through the command interface. The real dilemma is that you are facing an enemy with similar aims, as both sides coexist on the same battlefield in real time.

Fly your own helicopter, plane, v2, or drone and call on special weapons to bombard the enemy, so buying wisely and constructing and placing your ground troops must be well thought out. To capture and preserve your bunker is one important key in the long route to victory - this allows you some resources.

To create a winning force, to have the fire power and hardware to win the day, money will play a pivotal part within the game. Use your heliport to fly civilians or preserve bunkers; all of which gain momentary rewards to buy much needed armourment.

Cutting edge technologies have been incorporated with impressive AI to ensure both human and weapon behavioral implementation to present a sense of awareness and reality. Glory Days 2 DS - Brotherhood of Men also takes full advantage of the Nintendo DS's dual screens, with innovative touch screen direction of the action - flying and directing your helicopter, V2 and drone via touch screen and pad, whilst control of your plane is through the pad only for maximum quick input - has never been so exciting, spontaneous and precise.

Glory Days 2 DS - Brotherhood of Men delivers immersive and compelling multiplayer options where friends can compete against each other, which is a special orientation by the developer, ODenis Studio. Epic multiplaying 2 player competition, along with huge 4 cooperative play, allows individuals to show off their skills as well as working as a team. Distinct objectives can be assigned to each player from controlling and saving civilians in a helicopter, whilst a friend controls air space in a plane, to form the perfect alliance of skills.

Glory Days 2 DS - Brotherhood of Men features a huge playarea boasting eight different environments, with 9 variations on each (graph or weather). The battlefields vary in size from 4 to 8 km which allow for more skilful and exciting play.

Features of the game include:

Huge battlefields with up to 250 ground units so fast paced, intense and exciting combat can be undertaken and an "intelligent" camera will always follow the action on the ground. Wifi activated - 2-8 players. Huge campaign with 16 missions where the player relives the life of three different pilots in three different times. The use of three different technologies. Optional 3D Glasses, a first for the DS. See the game in real life and feel the sweat run down your spine. In single play or multiplayer mode, each side has their choice of weapons. Mesmeric stereo surround sound to heighten the senses and bring the game to life. Plus a lot more...

Glory Days 2 DS - Brotherhood of Men lets you into the action within minutes of play but the game builds in intensity and excitement as you traverse a number of ground and air operations and focus toward the epic battle. The rules are easy to understand and can be quickly implemented through the intuitive menu and interface. It's coming through the final epic battle that will select the 'men from the boys'.

The perfect blend of action and strategy for discerning DS gamers!

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Release date: Q1 2007

Price: 29.99


About ODenis Studio - France

Personnel from the studio have worked on a number of products including Glory Days for GBA which was nominated by IGN in their category of best design and strategy game for its 2005 awards. Other titles include Conflict Zone, Dreams to Reality with a well known and respected musician - Raphael Gesqua - who has worked on Motoracer, Fade to Black and Flashback.

About Lexicon Entertainment

Lexicon Entertainment is a leading publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software for video game console systems and personal computers. The company was founded to provide an interactive element to his vision of a state-of-the-art, multi-faceted entertainment company.

Since its inception in early 2006, Lexicon Entertainment has continually been heralded for its focus on creating rich, immersive worlds for players to discover. Lexicon Entertainment games continually receive critical acclaim and attain commercial success, with the company's products shipped to over 25 territories.

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