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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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'Prince of Qin' Ships To Stores

by Thomas on Aug. 20, 2002 @ 7:02 p.m. PDT

"We think gamers will be intrigued by the unique gameplay techniques and fascinated by the impressive Qin Dynasty setting," says Richard Wallis, Chief Executive Officer of Object Software.

Prince of Qin is an action-RPG that blends fighting and strategic elements for an incredible voyage through the Qin Dynasty 2,200 years ago. Ancient China, a land of traditional ruins, historical dynasties and unparalleled beauty is the backdrop for this true story of an Emperor and his two sons who are locked in a bitter duel. When their father suddenly died, the younger son forged an edict ordering his brother Fu Su to commit suicide, leaving him in power. This is reality, but in Price of Qin players are in charge!

Take on the role of Fu Su and strive to learn the truth, plot revenge on your enemies and prevent your brother from controlling the dynasty.

Exclusive to Prince of Qin, engage in Multiplayer action with up to 500 gamers on one server; a unique equipment-making and inventory system; various endings; over 150 non-player characters; five 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.

Infogrames will distribute Prince of Qin exclusively in North America.

Object Software Limited ("Object Software") is a PC game developer, with a Studio in Beijing's Haidian District that has 40 employees engaged in game production. Object Software has been operating in China's capital since February 1995. Object Software specializes in PC games set in ancient Chinese historical contexts and is best known for "Fate of the Dragon," a real time strategy game set in the famous Three Kingdoms Period of China's history about 1800 years ago, which was released around the world by Eidos in March 2001.


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