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OKAGE: Shadow King released for PS2

  It was announced by SCEA today that they have officially released the PS2 title OKAGE: Shadow King. Exclusive to the PS2, OKAGE Shadow King is a 3-D RPG that involves traditional role-playing elements with numerous puzzles and real-time battle sequences. The game is said to include an incredible story with top of the line graphics only achievable by the PS2ís capabilities.

   "The incredible story of OKAGE: Shadow King appeals to both traditional RPG fans and action-adventure enthusiasts with its innovative design, creative plot and unique graphical look," said Ami Blaire, director, product marketing, Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. "Featuring a captivating storyline, twenty beautifully-rendered environments, six extraordinary, entertaining characters and hours of immersive gameplay, OKAGE: Shadow King truly showcases the capabilities of PlayStation 2."

   Key features in OKAGE: Shadow King:Innovative and unique approach to traditional role-playing games. Players will find themselves enslaved by the shadow of an evil king, thrown into battles with hundreds of enemies, engrossed in exploring new worlds and wrapped up in trying to solve complex puzzles.

   Six creatively developed and entertaining characters, each with their own personality, strengths, powers, attacks and spells.

   Hundreds of attacks, spells and weapons for players to choose from and more than 150 items for players to collect throughout their journey.

   Engage in enchanting conversations with unique characters, decipher mysterious clues and riddles, unravel the secrets hidden far beneath and discover the magic of this charming adventure.

   Action-packed, dramatic battle sequences where allies and enemies fight simultaneously, all set in real-time environments.

   Hours of engrossing gameplay featuring brilliantly imaginative and magical three-dimensional worlds with 20 different areas, including five towns, six fields and nine dungeons.

10/2/2001 Matt Stensrud

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