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Sammy Announces Two Games

Sammy Studios announced today that it's working with Fox Television Studios to create a video game version of The Shield, the Emmy-nominated police drama series on the FX cable network. Like the television show, the game will focus on Detective Vic Mackey (played by Michael Chiklis) and his strike team as they bring rough justice to the crime-plagued Los Angeles district of Farmington, the series' fictional setting.

Sammy also announced that it will bring Guilty Gear Isuka, the latest installment in the Guilty Gear 2D fighting franchise, to the PlayStation 2. Currently available for play on the Atomiswave arcade hardware in Japan, the home version of Guilty Gear Isuka is in development at Arc System Works and will be available in Q4 of 2004. As expected, Isuka will maintain the Guilty Gear series' trademark of using high-resolution 2D animation for its characters.

Guilty Gear Isuka will add three characters to the series' existing playable fighter roster, which brings the roster's total to 23. The game will feature a new customization mode that will let players modify their characters by earning new fighting moves and costume options. New gameplay features include a side-scrolling action game mode and four-player support, which will allow for two-versus-two or four-versus-AI matches.

3/3/2004 Aaron Thomas

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