As a child, Max escapes from her military creators, Manticore, along with a handful of her "siblings", and makes a life for herself on the edgy streets of 21st century Post Pulse Seattle. Haunted by dark memories of her victimization at the hands of the Manticore personnel, Max is on a quest to reclaim her past and locate her missing "siblings". Max believes that by finding her "family" she can overcome the battle that rages inside her, as the woman she wishes to become confronts the soldier she has always been.
"The group at Radical Entertainment is doing a great job with the development of James Cameron's Dark Angel and creating an excellent game for the PlayStation2 and Xbox," said Chris Miller, Producer, Fox Interactive. "Working with the actual actors from the show and incorporating their likenesses into the game adds to the realism of the storyline and will give consumers a chance to virtually play as Max in her next adventure to find her sister and fellow genetically-engineered escapees."
James Cameron's Dark Angel will be available for the PlayStation2 and Xbox in Fall of 2002 for a suggested retail price of $49.99.