Both titles will be released on the 8th February 2002 and will retail at £19.99.The agreement outlines Bigben Interactive's continued commitment to expanding their software range across all formats.
Something mysterious is going on at the 'Reploid' research island. The Reploids have ceased functioning…their data strangely erased. Now the investigation team encounters 'irregular' Reploids infected with a strange new DNA chip. This strange DNA chip, known as 'DNA Soul', replaces useful data with a devastating Sigma virus and places all Reploids in imminent danger. Now, it's up to Mega Man X and his comrade, Zero to get to the damaged island and find out who is behind the DNA Soul virus.
- Change between Mega Man X and Zero at any time.
- Collect rare DNA Junk along the way to build new weapons, bosses or even a new stage.
- 4 modes of play: X Mode, Zero Mode, Continue and Extreme.
- Find hidden game modes for both Mega Man X and Zero.
The player controls the loveable eponymous hero, Toki Tori, as he ventures through four fantastical worlds each featuring more than 60 levels in search of his beloved eggs. Throughout his journey, Toki Tori can choose from 10 different weapons and items to aid him in his adventure. The game features crisp graphics and parallax scrolling, bringing the game to life while delivering simple yet highly addictive gameplay.
- Exclusively designed for Game Boy Color System.
- Four worlds with more than 60 levels.
- 10 different tools/weapons to use.
- Full screen animated multi-layer parallax scrolling brings the game to life at 60 frames per second.
- Polished graphics with sophisticated anti-aliasing, dithering and transparency.
- Four hidden sub-games to discover.
- Clean graphical design allows for easy play and character recognition.
- Unique and challenging puzzles.
- Addictive gameplay design appeals to all ages and audiences.