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BAM! Signs 'Judge Dredd: Dredd vs. Death' (NGC/PS2/Xbox/PC)

by Judy on Oct. 27, 2004 @ 5:34 p.m. PDT

BAM! Entertainment and developer Rebellion announced today that the legendary Judge Dredd comic book character is coming to life in Judge Dredd: Dredd Vs. Death. Under a distribution agreement recently signed, BAM! is scheduled to ship the first-person shooter for PS2, Xbox, GameCube, as well as for PC in November 2004.

"In this new first-person shooter, Judge Dredd, the comic book and movie hero, comes to life like never before" said Len Ciciretto, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing of BAM!. "This first-person shooter with this great license will offer gamers all the action, weapons and effects they crave with a unique comic-book style element at a great value price."

The game takes place in the futuristic 22nd century, where society is on the verge of anarchy and only a select group of elite "judges" can keep Mega-City One under control. Players take on the role of Judge Dredd, one of the city's top judges who vows to clean up the streets by any means necessary. But when a break-out at the city's penitentiary unleashes a group of evil judges onto the city streets, Judge Dredd's plans for stability take a deadly turn.

Judge Dredd: Dredd Vs. Death is a first-person shooter action game featuring a huge arsenal of deadly weapons to help combat the city's scum throughout 11 chapters and more than two dozen levels of game play. Over 50 unique characters, including zombies, crooks and demons, challenge Judge Dredd on his quest. Multiplayer action allows up to 4 players to battle it out in split-screen mode.

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