Los Angeles E3 May 14th, 2003 Capcom® are proud to announce plans to release Maximo vs. Army of Zin on PlayStation 2 across all PAL territories this coming winter. Sequel to one of the most critically acclaimed video games of 2002 and hailed as the biggest surprise hit of E3 2001, Maximo vs. Army of Zin enriches the 'Maximo' experience by offering multiple gameplay enhancements in a magical new adventure.

Eight months have passed since the original story concluded;


Maximo and Grim (death) have been searching long and hard in vain for Sophia. Their search is interrupted when they are attacked by a strange 'clockwork' monster and realise it is being powered by the captured souls of the dead. Maximo's quest to uncover the secret of "Zin" takes him through Crystal Mountains and Dead Seas, making new alliances and terrifying enemies along the way. Can this ancient evil be defeated? Who released them? Who gave Maximo the scar on his face? Will this saga have a happier ending than the last? All will be revealed…

Players of Maximo vs. Army of Zin will enjoy the following features:

1. A more heroic hero Maximo must focus not only on saving his own skin, but he must worry about the innocent and sometimes, not so innocent folk. Players will be faced with the choice of saving the innocents in exchange for reward.

2. More attack moves and weapons Over 30 cool combat motions and combos. Players will find that the character is simple to command and grows deeper as the player progresses allowing for new and expanded attacks!

3. Boxers that Do More Now the collectable boxer shorts have functionality. Players discover the power of the jewelled battle shorts and the treasure seeking underwear!

4. Pump him up - Players can build their hero with powerful abilities, armour and new weapons!

5. Vanquish Bonus" system By fighting faster, smarter and more furiously, players can earn greater rewards!

6. Responsive movement Overall control gives players a true combat feel. Maximo will react with precision as new attacks and moves are learned.


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