D3Publisher of America has sent out a press release of its E3 Line-Up over the next three days (7/11-13). The publisher will release games on the Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, Wii, and Nintendo DS.
D3Publisher of America Line-Up:
[i]Dark Sector[/i] – An all-new and original action-thriller designed exclusively for next-generation consoles, [i]Dark Sector[/i] thrusts players into the role of Hayden Tenno, an elite black-ops agent sent on a dangerous mission into a decaying Eastern European city that hides a deadly Cold War secret. Attacked by an unknown enemy, he awakens to find part of his body altered by an infection that has granted him inhuman abilities and he must learn to evolve along with his powers, to survive and to become a hero. A dark, gritty experience packed with fast action, incredible superpowers and an engaging story; [i]Dark Sector[/i] is anticipated for release in Q1 2008 for the Xbox 360 and PS3.[i]NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution[/i] – Based on the hit series currently airing on Cartoon Network, [i]NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution[/i] is an original Wii game exclusive to the North American Market and will include characters that have never been featured in the [i]Clash of Ninja[/i] game series. The game will follow the storyline of the television series and will take advantage of the Wii Remote in fast-paced ninja action for up to four players in nine different gameplay modes. The next generation in [i]NARUTO[/i] games will also include all new character animations, new interactive environments and special mini-games created exclusively for the Wii Remote. Co-published by TOMY Corporation and D3PA, [i]NARUTO: Clash of Ninja Revolution[/i] is anticipated for release this fall.
[i]Dead Head Fred[/i] – Created specifically for the PSP system, [i]Dead Head Fred[/i] draws players into an original 1940’s inspired alternative universe where players will experience an innovative and refreshing twist on action gameplay as they collect, upgrade and switch heads on the fly to strategically fight enemies in a story of revenge and redemption. As private detective Fred Neuman, savagely murdered and then resurrected in a bizarre scientific experiment without his memory or his head, players embark on a quest for vengeance as they solve their own murder by using the severed heads of enemies to battle their way through challenging but bizarre environments. [i]Dead Head Fred[/i] is anticipated for release on August 28, 2007.
[i]Ben 10: Protector of Earth[/i] – Players will take on the role of Cartoon Network’s popular everyday-kid-turned-alien-hero, Ben Tennyson.
Using the power of the Omnitrix which has embedded itself on Ben’s wrist, players will be able to battle as one of five popular alien heroes from the show. By taking on these amazing powers, players can battle to save the world through the game’s diverse challenges, puzzles and skirmishes. [i]Ben
10: Protector of Earth[/i] is anticipated for release this fall for the Wii,PS2, Nintendo DS, and PSP.
[i]Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire[/i] – Designed specifically for the Wii, [i]Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire[/i] is a 3rd person action-adventure game where players unleash the magical powers of a fierce dragon, creating a unique and visually stunning weapon through their sword and arms. Players will utilize an intuitively designed, two-handed Wii control scheme and use both arms simultaneously to emulate the dragon’s arms, wings, tail, fire and more as they embark on an epic fantasy adventure in more than 20 unique environments in 6 visually stunning worlds. [i]Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire[i/] is anticipated for release this fall.[i]NARUTO: Path of the Ninja[/i] – Following the story line from the Cartoon Network television show, [i]Naruto: Path of the Ninja[/i] for Nintendo DS will allow players to explore the Village Hidden in the Leaves and the world of Naruto as they roam across forests, fields, rivers and mountains. Along the way players will encounter bosses and enemies that they must use their special techniques to defeat. Each of the 6 playable characters will possess a unique time-based combat system and players will train their Ninja team to learn more than 90 different Jutsu techniques.
Co-published by TOMY Corporation and D3PA, [i]NARUTO: Path of the Ninja[/i] is anticipated for release this fall.
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