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Prince of Qin

Platform(s): Arcade, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PSOne, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360
Genre: Adventure

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Strategy First Acquires Rights To 'Prince Of Qin'

by Rainier on April 9, 2002 @ 5:23 p.m. PDT

"We are looking forward to working with Object Software on yet another title," says Steve Wall, Vice President of Business Development for Strategy First. "Dragon Throne was a great addition to SFI's 2002 line-up and we could not be more pleased to add Prince of Qin to our roster."

"We are delighted to be working again with Strategy First on this latest title," says Richard Wallis, Chief Executive Officer of Object Software. "We have been extremely impressed with the way Strategy First have managed the release of Dragon Throne in North America and we are confident that they will do another great job with Prince of Qin."

Prince of Qin is an action RPG set in the last years of the Qin Dynasty 2,200 years ago. This title balances team fighting with various strategies and tactics and offers great challenges in more than 100 unique locations that accurately depict society and architecture, as it existed in China at that time.

Players take on the role of Prince Fu Su, the first Qin Emperor's eldest son and the Crown Prince of Qin. According to historical records, Fu Su committed suicide in obedience to a supposed imperial decree. However, in this game Fu Su does not die but lives and launches himself on a mission for revenge.

Multiplayer action with up to 500 gamers on one server; a unique equipment making and inventory system; various endings; over 150 non-player characters; 5 different types of legendary Heroes; fierce foes and a sophisticated fighting system rooted in the ancient philosophy of the Five Elements are what makes Prince of Qin a truly unique experience.


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