"We are extremely excited about bringing Hunter to the Nintendo GameCube," states Jim Molitor, Vice President of Production at Interplay. "We don't want Nintendo GameCube owners missing out on this thrilling game."
Played from a third person perspective, Hunter immerses players in the nightmarish setting of Ashcroft, a town plagued by creatures of the night. Throughout the game's many gothic environments, players will face over 30 creature variants from bloodthirsty vampires to unstoppable legions of the walking dead. Hunter has already garnered stellar reviews and has been
called a spiritual successor to games like Smash TV and the Gauntlet series, with the ability for up to four players to play cooperatively on the same screen.
Interplay Entertainment Corp. is a leading developer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software for both core gamers and the mass market. Interplay currently balances its development efforts by publishing for personal computers as well as current and next generation video game consoles. Interplay releases products through Interplay, Digital Mayhem, Black Isle Studios, its distribution partners and its wholly owned subsidiary Interplay OEM, Inc. More comprehensive information on Interplay and its products is available through its worldwide web site at www.interplay.com.
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