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'Tao's Adventure: Curse of the Demon Seal' (NDS) Announced - Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 25, 2006 @ 9:04 p.m. PST

Konami today announced that its new NDS exclusive RPG Tao's Adventure: Curse of the Demon Seal, available in March 2006. Combining incredible battles and mind boggling riddles with a fantastical adventure that only Konami can deliver, Tao’s Adventure is sure to fulfill the imaginations of magic and RPG fans alike.

Players take on the role of Tao, a young magic student living on Bente Island, who must travel on an incredible journey to save his family and fellow village people from an evil monster curse that turns people into stone. In order to break the curse, Tao must find the egg of the ancient monster that cursed his family. With that egg, he can return to the village and save his family and friends, although if Tao does not return by the next full moon, the curse will never be broken. Along his journey, Tao must learn how to master the art of spell casting, if he has any hopes to destroy the curse and save his people.

Maximizing the Nintendo DS dual-screen capabilities for a unique gameplay experience, players see and feel the art of magic and fantastical adventure as they progress through the game. Casting spells by using the DS touch pad, players battle dozens of monsters in order to save the village; compete in side quests to raise their reputation with the townspeople; and collect eggs and training monsters to assist in battles along their journey.

Tao’s Adventure features many traps and tricks, multitudes of monsters, 40 floors of thrilling battle adventure at the Monster Tower, and an endearing storyline which RPG fans will love. Tao’s Adventure: Curse of the Demon Seal will be available in March 2006, exclusively for the Nintendo DS.

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