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Interplay Ships Hunter: The Reckoning for GameCube

November 19, 2002, 6:38 pm PST
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*Note: not the sequel to Deer Hunter 8. Totally different game, I swear.

HUNTER: THE RECKONING HAS ARRIVED

Non-stop action is now available on the Nintendo GameCube

IRVINE, California, November 19, 2002 - Interplay Entertainment Corp.

(OTCBB:IPLY) and the Games division of Vivendi Universal Publishing today

announced the arrival of Hunter: The Reckoning(tm) for the Nintendo

GameCube(tm) game system to retail establishments. Developed by High Voltage

Software, Hunter: The Reckoning is an action game based on the characters

and fiction found in the popular role-playing game Hunter: The Reckoning and

the immersive World of Darkness(tm) created by White Wolf Publishing Inc.

Played from a third person perspective, Hunter immerses players in the

nightmarish setting of Ashcroft, a town plagued by creatures of the night.

Armed with a variety of weaponry, players go through the game's many gothic

environments and battle over 30 creature variants from bloodthirsty vampires

to unstoppable legions of the walking dead.

"We are thrilled to offer the non-stop action of Hunter to the Nintendo

GameCube audience" said Gary Dawson, Chief Operating Officer of Interplay.

Hunter: The Reckoning Feature Set


* Single or Multiplayer madness! 1 - 4 Hunters battle up to 30 creatures all

on the same screen


* Unload both barrels on 20 types of monster from zombies to vampires

including 7 insane boss characters


* Deal out the damage with over 20 melee, ranged and spell weapons including

axes, shotguns, swords and flamethrowers


* Take apart your enemies piece-by-piece by dismembering heads, arms and

legs


* Movement Independent Targeting technology makes use of both analog sticks

to allow the player to simultaneously move and shoot in different directions


* Bone-chilling soundtrack from gothic industrial band COMA

Hunter: the Reckoning for the Nintendo GameCube is now available in stores

for a suggested retail price of $49.99.

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