"Our partnership with Microsoft and Rare has resulted in yet another great addition to THQ's Game Boy Advance lineup," said Peter Dille, senior vice president of worldwide marketing, THQ. "Both Sabre Wulf and Banjo Pilot, scheduled to release later this year, demonstrate Rare's commitment to developing strong handheld titles."
"Sabre Wulf is a great example of Rare's proven success in bringing extremely popular, world-class brands to multiple platforms," said Ken Lobb, studio manager, Microsoft Game Studios. "Sabre Wulf is one of the most unique platform games to come to any system in years. The mix of traditional platform gameplay and level design variety really sets this game apart from the crowd."
About Sabre Wulf
A mysterious stranger has shattered the fabled Sabre Wulf amulet, unleashing the savage Sabrewulf from long years of imprisonment. Once again it falls on the shoulders of Sabreman, the fabled explorer and treasure hunter extraordinaire, to track and recapture his most fearsome nemesis. In the game, players take on the role of Sabreman and work to avoid traps and obstacles through breathtaking worlds filled with magical creatures and non-stop action. Sabre Wulf's unique gameplay features both 2-D and 3-D action.