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New Sigma Star Saga Screenshots

Namco Hometek Inc. today released new screenshots from "Sigma Star SagaTM," its highly anticipated Game Boy® Advance title that merges RPG and side-scrolling space-shooter genres with an innovative science fiction premise to create an entirely original game experience. The first Game Boy Advance game to combine these two popular genres, "Sigma Star Saga" is rated E+10 by the ESRB and will launch on August 16, 2005.

The Krill onslaught has battered Earth for far too long. Ian Recker, a decorated pilot with a vengeance, goes undercover to investigate the Krill's secrets. Earning their trust, he discovers one of their armada's strength lies within its fighter planes: Their ships patrol the skies without pilots. When they spot danger, they summon the nearest pilot into their control cavity to take over. The ship literally is the pilot, who becomes the ship's brain. And since the Krill technology is literally fused onto the pilot, experience, the ship, and the player become a single entity - and a force for Earth to reckon with.

In "Sigma Star Saga," players confront the Krill onslaught from their highly customizable space craft in intense side-scrolling space shooting segments. Before they take to the skies to engage the enemy, players can outfit their ship with Gun Data found on their journey, creating more than 15,000 unique combinations to arm their spacecraft for any battle situation. Potential ship builds include those made for speed, defense, sheer firepower and thousands of other variants - giving "Sigma Star Saga" unmatched replay value.

To download the newly released screenshots, please visit

www.kohnkecomm.com/dl/namco/sss_flying.zip.

For more information on "Sigma Star Saga," please visit www.SigmaStarSaga.com.

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