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'Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold' (DVD/PS2/Xbox) - Screens & Features

by Rainier on Oct. 22, 2002 @ 6:26 p.m. PDT

Digital Leisure announced today the upcoming release of a remastered version of the American Laser Games' smash arcade hit Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold. Digital Leisure, the leading publisher of interactive DVD adventures, has re-mastered Mad Dog 2 into a fully interactive adventure for DVD movie players that is also compatible with PlayStation 2 and Xbox platforms. Players use their DVD remote controls to aim and fire, as they race against the notorious outlaw and his gang of henchmen to the lost Spanish treasure.
While battling renegade Indians, banditos, and Mad Dog's men, you'll have to make tough decisions about which guide to trust, and which trails to follow. Choose the wrong path and you could end up in a shootout where you don't stand a chance. But play your cards right and you'll make it to the final showdown where you'll let Mad Dog know who rules the territory!

Originally produced by American Laser Games as a laserdisc arcade shooting game, Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold is available from Digital Leisure remastered for DVD and will be available soon for CD-ROM. The DVD version utilizes the remote control to position the gun sight and fire. The CD-ROM version supports light guns from Act-Labs as well as mouse control.

Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold is one of the many American Laser Games classics that have been fully remastered by Digital Leisure. Other recent releases from Digital Leisure include Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars and Dragon's Lair 20th Anniversary Edition.

Digital Leisure is a leading publisher of Interactive DVD titles. The company acquires and remasters existing video-intensive titles that would benefit from the superior quality of DVD.

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