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Sigma Star Saga

Platform(s): Game Boy Advance
Genre: Role-Playing
Publisher: Namco

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'Sigma Star Saga' (GBA) Goes Gold

by Rainier on June 30, 2005 @ 8:20 a.m. PDT

As an Earth Federation double agent, combine “gun data” to customize powerful weaponry, then take to the skies to discover the mystery of the Six Planets and defeat the evil Krill in the first ever space shooter role playing game.

Taking place in the midst of a decades-long interplanetary struggle, Sigma Star Saga casts players as a human double agent deep in enemy territory on a mission to subvert the Krill armada from the inside. Featuring an engaging storyline of love, betrayal and revenge spanning the entire galaxy, Sigma Star Saga allows players to explore their surroundings and outfit their character, with powerful weaponry that will prove indispensable in their quest for victory.

The action takes to the skies in fast-paced side-scrolling space shooting segments. Using unique Gun Data found during exploration missions, players can customize their ship with more than 15,000 combinations of upgrades that can be used during battle segments.

"With an innovative combination of both RPG and space-shooter elements, Sigma Star Saga is one of the most ambitious games ever made for the Game Boy Advance," said Jeff Lujan, business director with Namco Hometek Inc. "We have taken the most memorable aspects of these two genres and have tied them together into a gripping science fiction storyline to create a truly compelling,
original game for fans of handheld gaming."

Sigma Star Saga is rated E10+ for "Everyone 10 and older" by the ESRB.

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