Samurai Warriors®2 Xtreme Legends® Introduces New Characters, Scenarios and Game Mode.
Burlingame, CA - March 12, 2008 — KOEI, recognized worldwide as the premier brand of strategy and action games, today announced that Samurai Warriors®2 Xtreme Legends® has reached gold status and will be available throughout North America beginning the week of March 18, 2008 for Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, and for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system.
The Samurai Warriors are back with a vengeance! This latest installment features six legendary samurai- each with their own storyline and powerful new weapons. With the introduction of Mercenary mode, the redesigned battlefields of “Okehazama” and “Shikoku”, and new charge attacks, fans now have even more reasons to come back and join the fight.
About Samurai Warriors 2 Xtreme Legends
Samurai Warriors 2 Xtreme Legends (SW2XL) introduces six new playable characters to the series, including Toshiie Maeda, Gracia, Motochika Chosokabe, Katsuie Shibata, Kojiro Sasaki, and Yoshimoto Imagawa. In the new Mercenary mode, players will get the chance to hire other samurai to fight alongside them. SW2XL can be “remixed” with Samurai Warriors 2 (SW2) to add new Xtreme Legends features to SW2 (sold separately). With the Remix feature, players can use the characters from SW2 in SW2XL. Players can also play SW2’s Story mode, Survival mode and Sugoroku modes using SW2XL’s new characters. The Remix feature also increases character growth level maximums from 50 to 70, adds new charge attacks and adds a 5th weapon level to each of the original Samurai Warriors 2 characters.
SW2XL for Xbox 360® requires the original Samurai Warriors 2 game disc (sold separately), and will be available exclusively on Xbox LIVE® Marketplace for 2400 Microsoft Points. SW2XL for the PlayStation 2 can be played with or without the original Samurai Warriors 2 game disc. Consumers can find SW2XL for PlayStation 2 at the following retailers: Amazon.com, Best Buy, Game Crazy, GameStop, Gamefly, EB Games, and Wal-Mart.
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