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Warhammer: Battle for Atluma

Platform(s): PSP
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: Namco Bandai

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'Warhammer: Battle for Atluma' (PSP) Announced

by Rainier on Oct. 3, 2006 @ 4:13 a.m. PDT

Based on the collectible card game set in the Warhammer world, Warhammer: Battle for Atluma delivers an extensive card game experience. Enter the old world and battle your way through the armies of the Grand Alliance or the evil Hordes of Darkness. Discover the secrets of Atluma as you collect more than 450 cards, but be quick – you’ll have to use all your wits and strategy to beat your opponent to the ultimate goal, the Atluma Crystal.

“One of the more compelling card-based games to date, Warhammer: Battle for Atluma goes beyond simple player interaction and encourages an inclusive sense of community among players through head-to-head battles, card collecting, trading and strategy sessions,” said John Whitmore, Director of Internal/External Development at NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. “This unique dynamic coupled with the strategic, fast-paced nature of the game certainly sets Warhammer: Battle for Atluma apart from other games in its genre.”

Developed by JV Games, Warhammer: Battle for Atluma allows players to enter the Old World and battle their way through the vast armies of either the Grand Alliance or the evil Hordes of Darkness. Along the way, the secrets of Atluma will be revealed that will help shape future battles, but players will need to be decisive to outwit their opponent and secure the ultimate prize - the Atluma Crystal.

Exciting features of Warhammer: Battle for Atluma include:

  • Wireless multiplayer gameplay which allows players to battle a friend and trade cards by connecting wirelessly;
  • Life and death decisions which weigh heavily as players must carefully choose their battles. One wrong battle can lead an army to defeat, while one strategic victory can win new warriors from an opponent;
  • The ability to build a custom army deck that can stand the heat of combat. Players can access more than 90 different units through recruitment, conquest and trade;
  • An extensive tutorial system that helps beginners jump right into the action and start competing like a seasoned veteran.

Available this fall, Warhammer: Battle for Atluma is rated “T” for Teen by the ESRB.


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