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Inline Skating 'Rolling' to Next Generation Consoles

by Thomas on May 16, 2002 @ 8:05 a.m. PDT

MAJESCO INTRODUCES THE ULTIMATE INLINE SKATING EXPERIENCE WITH 'ROLLING' FOR NEXT GENERATION GAME CONSOLES AND GAME BOY(r) ADVANCE

Features 18 International Pros Including Skate Legend Jon Julio and Multiple World Champions Cesar Mora and Fabiola Da Silva

"Rolling embodies the fearless spirit of its most dedicated skaters who continually push the sport beyond its boundaries," said Ken Gold, Vice President of Marketing for Majesco. "Rage has worked tirelessly with the inline skating community throughout the game's development to ensure the most authentic experience on any game console."

Rolling includes the top inline skaters in the world including renowned street skater Jon Julio, and world champions Cesar Mora and Fabiola Da Silva, plus a supporting cast of 15 professional street and vert skaters from around the globe. Fast-paced and exciting, Rolling allows players to perform the most intense tricks across stunningly realistic game environments.

Additional features include:
14 skating courses include real life skate parks such as Escondido Skate Park (CA), shopping malls and street-based environments; Over 200 tricks, including all the correct 'grinds', 'grabs' and 'flips', painstakingly translated from the sport by continual feedback from pro skaters; Non-linear game progression allows free-form travel throughout individual levels; Various single and multi-player game modes; Skate Park Editor allows users to create customized courses; Video Mode allows players to edit their own inline skating videos and Photo Shoot mode puts the gamer's character on the cover of magazines and in their sponsor's adverts.

Build your 'reputation' and earn sponsorships from over 30 real-life skate gear manufacturers Create, modify and dress your own skater using an in-depth body, face, clothing, skate and equipment editor with over 1200 clothing items; Over an hour of never-before-seen video footage shot and edited by inline skating videographers, Dave Paine and Drew Bachrach.


Rolling is scheduled for release in Fall 2002 and is being publicly unveiled for the first time by Majesco in Rooms 409A and 409B of Concourse Hall - Level 2, during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, May 22 - 24.


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