NAMCO BANDAI'S EUREKA SEVEN VOL 2: THE NEW VISION ELEVATES TO GOLD
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Futuristic Aerial Combat Returns to the PlayStation(r)2 Computer
> Entertainment System
> SANTA CLARA, Calif., (March 21, 2007) - Leading video games publisher
> and developer NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. announced today that
> Eureka Seven(tm) Vol. 2: The New Vision(tm) has received gold status and
> will hit retail shelves on April 17. Available exclusively for the
> PlayStation(r)2 computer entertainment system, Eureka Seven Vol. 2
> brings to life the second prequel leading up to the popular animated
> series with gorgeous environments, multiple game-play modes, and
> addictive futuristic combat.
> Players take on the role of Sumner Sturgeon, a deserter of a corrupt
> military organization and star of a futuristic sport called "lifting"
> where participants ride futuristic "ref-boards" that float on
> atmospheric particles. After becoming disillusioned with the life of
> professional lifting, Sumner embarks on a quest to locate and destroy
> the CFS (Compact Feedback System) a new and dangerous technology.
> Staying true to the anime series' roots, Eureka Seven Vol. 2 utilizes a
> unique combination of "lifting" (ref-board racing) and futuristic combat
> while offering up compelling gameplay.
> Featuring the ability to pilot 17 massive robots known as LFOs (Light
> Finding Operations) each with its own look, attacks and weapons, Eureka
> Seven Vol. 2 gives players an incredibly unique experience during combat
> and cut scenes. Gamers can also sharpen their skills by fending off
> waves of enemies in Survival mode or take on special missions that
> require the use of new combat techniques in Conflict mode.
> Eureka Seven Vol. 2: The New Vision is rated 'T' for Teen by the ESRB
> and carries an MSRP of $39.99. For more information on Eureka Seven Vol.
> 2: The New Vision and all other exciting Namco Bandai Games' products,
> please visit NAMCO BANDAI Games' official website at
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