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'Bruce Lee: Return of the Legend' (GBA) In March - Screens

by Thomas on Feb. 7, 2003 @ 6:21 a.m. PST

Vivendi Universal Games has confirmed a March release for its highly anticipated "Bruce Lee: Return of the Legend" title for Nintendo's Game Boy Advance handheld. Developed by Vicarious Visions, "Bruce Lee: Return of the Legend" marks the first time Bruce Lee fans have been able to play as a character based on the world-renowned martial arts legend on a handheld system. Combining elements of stealth and platform elements alongside classic Bruce Lee fighting action and trademark moves, the game delivers both a dramatic movie-like story line and fast-paced action. Read more for your Brucie bonus: nine screenshots.

Vicarious Visions, critically acclaimed for their work on the GameBoy Advance conversions of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and Crash Bandicoot® has developed a fast-paced 2D action-adventure boasting compelling mission-based levels. Controlling Bruce Lee, who in turn plays the of a skilled martial artist called Hai Feng, players must guide the young student through wave after wave of adversaries as he attempts to find the assassin responsible for killing his master.

As the game progresses, players must perfect a variety of martial arts moves - including the jaw-dropping fists of fury - and become an expert in the use of knockout darts, the bo staff and nunchakus. Hai Feng's quest sends players across the globe to international locations of mystery and intrigue and is set to become a landmark fighting title for the handheld format.

"'Bruce Lee: Return of the Legend' continues the Universal Interactive tradition of strong character based franchises and quality handheld game experiences," said Nicholas Longano, general manager of Universal Interactive. "Universal Interactive's goal is to create an authentic and compelling Bruce Lee game that extends the Bruce Lee legacy."

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