CHAOS LEGION™
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An intense blend of Action and RPG elements.
E3, LOS ANGELES May 14, 2003. - Capcom®, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today provided further details on Chaos Legion, a new brand of action gaming for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system. Chaos Legion offers an entirely new way to play an action game, giving complete control over both the hero and the mighty legions he can summon. Players have the ability to acquire a substantial variety of new defensive and offensive moves as they are propelled through this epic saga. Chaos Legion is scheduled to release across PAL territories in September 2003.

Chaos Legion is an intense tale that follows the story of two powerful swordsman named Sieg Wahrheit and his old friend Victor Delacroix. An incident leads Delacroix to "fall" into darkness and it is Sieg's mission to pursue him before the world descends into chaos. Blending action adventure and RPG elements, Chaos Legion puts a twist on the single player melee by allowing gamers to summon a legion of allies to counter blitz

CHAOS LEGION™ @ www.contactmusic.com
CHAOS LEGION™ @ www.contactmusic.com

attacks from relentless enemies. There are seven different legion units available for assistance, each with their own signature weaponry including bow and arrows, bombs and swords.

Chaos Legion includes the following features:

1. Increase the main character's abilities - One of the most significant features is the player's ability to power up the main character's attributes through the legions. For instance, if the sword legion's

2. 'Enchant' ability is powered up, the main character will gain more powerful sword moves.

3. Magnificent Battles - Chaos Legion features battles in which astonishing numbers of enemies are fighting on screen at one time. This feature will give players a true sense of epic battles in which two armies fight for victory.

4. Perfect Blend of RPG and Action elements - Capcom takes an entirely new approach to the action genre as players will find they can power up their legions increasing among other things the number under control, attack and defensive power they posses.

5. Varied and detailed environments - Chaos Legion possesses beautifully rendered environments including ruins, caves and others that perfectly represent the dark mood of the game.

6. Full 3D Polygonal world - Players will have access to position the camera in anyway at any time, allowing them to see the action clearly. At any point, players can pull the camera directly behind the character with the push of a button. This will not only centre the camera, but will adjust perspective allowing the character to be seen clearly in various situations.



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