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Battle Realms is GOLD

by Thomas on Oct. 30, 2001 @ 11:34 p.m. PST

Ubi Soft let us know that Battle Realms is now GOLD and will hit the stores early next month.. Read press release below!

Ubi Soft Entertainment's Real-Time Strategy Game for PC To Ship November 8

Crave Entertainment and Ubi Soft Entertainment announced today that "Battle Realms," their highly anticipated real-time strategy game for the PC, has gone gold. "Battle Realms" is rated "T" for Teen and will be in stores beginning on Thursday, November 8.

In development since November of 1999, "Battle Realms" has received accolades and applause since its conception. Nominated for Best Strategy Game by the Game Critics Award committee two years in a row, "Battle Realms" has received critical acclaim online, on air, and in print. IGN.com voted "Battle Realms" as Best PC Strategy of Show, and "Newsweek" counted it among its "Five Most Impressive Titles" at the annual Electronics Entertainment Expo held earlier this year.

About "Battle Realms"
"Battle Realms" presents a world of dark fantasy inspired by feudal Asia. Led by "Command & Conquer(r)" Producer Ed Del Castillo, Liquid Entertainment combines unprecedented tactical control with critically hailed innovations like unit alchemy and a living resource system.

The player leads a clan of devoted peasants, training them each to become unique warriors with a thirst for battle. Once trained, warriors face a difficult environment where elevation, weather and other whims of nature affect strategy.

Samurai masters and deadly kabuki warriors face off against warlocks and necromancers in a world that draws its inspiration from both history and fantasy. Armed with a rich story and a robust 3D engine, "Battle Realms" combines a unique, living resource system and a detailed combat model to put the strategy back into real-time strategy.

The Story of "Battle Realms"
Framed for his father's murder, young Kenji disappears and studies the ancient ways of his ancestors. "Battle Realms" begins as he returns to his homeland, leading a new uprising of the Dragon Clan or Serpent Clan. Competing against the Lotus Clan's dark magic and the Wolf Clan's brute and cunning, Kenji leads his clan in the ancient ways of the Samurai. Balancing living resources in an epic battle of Yin versus Yang, the warriors in "Battle Realms" clash to preserve a way of life and avenge the injustices of the past.

Visit the official "Battle Realms" site at www.battlerealms.com for the latest news, including previews, screens, fansite assets, movies and more.

About Liquid Entertainment
Formed in 1999, Liquid Entertainment is based in Thousand Oaks, California. Founded by industry veterans Ed Del Castillo and Mike Grayford, Liquid is dedicated to creating unique top-notch entertainment software for PC and console markets. For more information about the company, please visit http://www.liquid.to.

About Crave Entertainment
Crave Entertainment is a privately held publisher of innovative videogame entertainment products for the major console platforms including Sega Dreamcast(tm), Game Boy(r) Color, the PlayStation(r) game console, PlayStation(r) 2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox( video game system from Microsoft, and PC. For more information about Crave Entertainment, please visit http://www.cravegames.com.

About Ubi Soft Entertainment
Ubi Soft Entertainment is a global developer, publisher and international distributor of interactive entertainment products. A leading company in the industry, Ubi Soft's strong and diversified lineup has grown considerably over the past couple of years. As well as developing original properties, Ubi Soft has recently acquired several high-profile game companies and blockbuster titles. The company has offices in 18 countries including the United States, Canada, France, Germany and China and sells its products in a total of 52 countries. For more information about Ubi Soft, please visit http://www.ubisoft.com.

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