Unleash the Ultimate Predator inside you and cause havoc under the waves!
Edison, New Jersey - December 1, 2011 - Majesco Entertainment, an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, announced today that JAWS: Ultimate Predator is now available for the portable Nintendo 3DSTM system and the WiiTM system. Based on the iconic movie franchise, JAWS: Ultimate Predator lets players become the world’s most famous and deadliest shark, giving players a chance to wreak chaos and destruction as nature’s deadliest predator. The games have been developed through a license agreement with Universal Partnerships & Licensing.
Jaws returns to terrorize the ocean and its inhabitants in this re-imagined, underwater action-adventure game. Players take on the role of JAWS — hunting and killing prey, roaming the depths of the sea and battling fearsome new bosses. Replete with hidden collectibles and upgradeable special abilities, players can tear their opponents to pieces with intense power and speed.
JAWS: Ultimate Predator is a visceral experience with a slew of satisfying combos, finishing moves and deadly special attacks! The ocean is rife with deadly enemies, and as JAWS, it’s your task to remain on top with skills like the Rage Meter that maxes out with each kill so you can perform brutal stealth attacks and shark frenzies. Set to the original score by John Williams, players will experience real life environments with lush underwater settings from Hawaii and Isla Guadalupe - to the infamous locale where it all started: Amity Island.
Both games are executive-produced by Microprose. Developed by n-Space, JAWS: Ultimate Predator on Nintendo 3DSTM is rated M for Mature and now available for the suggested retail price of $29.99. Developed by Tectonic Studios, a subsidiary of Collision Studios, JAWS: Ultimate Predator for WiiTM is rated T for Teen and now available for the suggested retail price of $29.99. For more information on JAWS: Ultimate Predator, please visit www.majescoentertainment.com/jaws.
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