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UBISOFT ANNOUNCES ADVANCE GUARDIAN HEROES™ FOR NINTENDO’S GAME BOY® ADVANCE system
Sequel to the Critically Acclaimed Action-Fighter Finally Punches onto the GBA This Fall!
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – July 12, 2004 – Ubisoft, one of the world’s largest videogame publishers, today announced Advance Guardian Heroes™ for the Game Boy® Advance system. Developed by Treasure, the same studio that developed Ikaruga™ and Wario World™, Advance Guardian Heroes is a scrolling fighter videogame featuring over 20 controllable characters, more than 160 powerful moves to master, and many incredible multiplayer scenarios. Gamers will play as one of three brand-new characters in an action-packed story of courage and sacrifice, upgrading and improving their powers as they progress. Advance Guardian Heroes is rated “E” for Everyone and is scheduled to release in September 2004 in North America with an MSRP of $29.99.
“Ubisoft is excited to be publishing a franchise as well-known and well-respected as Guardian Heroes,” said Tony Kee, vice president of marketing for Ubisoft’s North American division. “Fans will be thrilled to see Advance Guardian Heroes brought to the Game Boy Advance with its innovative single-player gameplay, action-packed multiplayer modes, and immersive storyline.”
About Advance Guardian Heroes:
Advance Guardian Heroes features a simple user interface that allows instant pick-up-and-playability. Play as Enn, a warrior with the power of fire; Ray, a warrior with the power of thunder; and Hyu, a warrior with the power of ice who specializes in defense and magic. Game features include: