As "Mr. ESC," a professional escapologist who can rescue people from just about any situation Exit players must guide themselves through numerous obstacles while rescuing victims from life-threatening situations. Situations include braving fires, earthquakes and other disasters in various environments such as buildings, hospitals and subways. Players will undertake myriad actions, including running, jumping, climbing onto ledges and climbing down ropes on their way to becoming the ultimate escape artist.
John Yamamoto, president and chief executive officer of Square Enix Ltd. comments, "TAITO is following up the fantastic success of SPACE INVADERS EXTREME with another hugely entertaining game for the Nintendo DS. The combination of action with puzzle style gameplay and an innovative visual theme will keep regular gamers and casual gamers entertained for hours."
- Intense action puzzler: Players use decision-making skills and wits to escape various obstacles while rescuing people from more than 100 different emergencies
- Do whatever it takes to get everyone out in time: Rescue people and find the fastest way out while braving exploding factories, burning buildings and flooding subways. Players will climb ladders, move objects, slide down ropes and collect numerous rescue devices to assist them in their missions
- Turn victims into allies: Saved characters can be enlisted to help move heavy objects, master tricky obstacles and help each other
- Smooth, stylish character design and movement: Alongside the intense action puzzle gaming are some of the most stylish graphics and character animation to be seen on the NDS
- Command Mr. Esc. and people in his party with easy to use Touch-Screen controls to experience the ultimate escape drama
- Show you are the fastest escape artist around: Upload your mission completion times via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and compare yourself against other players
Already available on PSP and Xbox Live Arcade, Exit will come to North America on Nov. 4, 2008 and Europe on Nov. 7, 2008.
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