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Euro Release Dates For 'Project Zero 2' and 'DOA Ultimate' (Xbox)

by Judy on Jan. 21, 2005 @ 10:26 a.m. PST

Xbox today announced European release dates for two Xbox exclusive titles from Tecmo. The first to hit European shelves is Project Zero 2, available from 4th February. The second title is the latest offering from Team Ninja's popular Japanese fighting series, Dead or Alive Ultimate, which will be available from 18th February.

Gamers will be able to experience the entire history of the DOA series for the first time on a single console. Dead or Alive Ultimate consists of the original Dead or Alive and an "Ultimate" version of Dead or Alive 2, which features stunning visuals. Dead or Alive Ultimate is a fully online 3D fighting game for the Xbox video game system featuring a multitude of online features via Xbox Live, creating the world's largest online community of fighting-game fans.

Xbox owners can also buy the prequel to Project Zero –Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly. Taking the chill factor to another level, gamers follow the horrifying journey of Mio and her twin sister, Mayu through a lost village haunted by ghosts. Offering new features such as an additional first person view mode, new costumes, more ghosts, surround sound, sharper visuals and a new survival mode, Project Zero 2 will have gamers trembling for more!

"We are very excited about the release of both these highly-anticipated titles in Europe. They come from one of the industry's most distinguished developers, Tecmo, who have been a great partner for us" said Stephen McGill Head of UK Marketing. "We are very pleased to be bringing them both exclusively to Xbox gamers".

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