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'Journey to the Center of the Earth' Shipping To Stores

by Rainier on Oct. 2, 2003 @ 3:43 p.m. PDT

Viva Media announced today that the PC game, Journey to the Center of the Earth, the latest title published under its Viva Adventure label, will ship on October 6, 2003 to stores nationwide. Epic in scale, this extraordinary adventure will offer PC gamers an incredible voyage at a remarkably affordable price.

Join Ariane, a determined, young journalist, who falls into the scoop of a lifetime when she discovers an unknown world far below the Earth's surface. Explore primitive landscapes brimming with strange beasts, and encounter the fascinating civilizations that inhabitant this foreign land. The choices Ariane makes will determine the future of this forgotten and primitive world. Will she help save these strange beings and their home - already in peril - or launch her career by exposing their story and threatening their very existence? Cross the threshold into the unknown for an unparalleled adventure, and come face to face with the land at the center of the Earth.

Viva Media’s CEO Carlo Voelker commented, “All the components of a great adventure game are here. Journey features a gripping story line, breathtaking graphics, high quality movies, interesting characters, and two possible endings. Journey simply delivers.”

Game features:

  • A riveting story
  • 2 possible endings
  • Characters in real-time 3D
  • Stunning high quality graphics
  • 40+ hours and 6 levels of game play
  • 100+ puzzles to solve
  • Over 300 different views
  • More than 30 cut scenes
  • Original soundtrack

Developer: Frogwares
Producer: MicroApplication
Retail Price: $19.99
Release Date: October 13, 2003

Minimum System Requirements:

Windows® 98/Me/2000/XP, Pentium® III 500 MHz, 64 MB RAM, 16 MB DirectX® compatible video card, CD-ROM Drive 8X, 700 MB free disc space

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