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Arc the Lad Spirits its Way to PlayStation2

ARC THE LAD: TWILIGHT OF THE SPIRITS expands onto PlayStation 2 in this Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. release with a new storyline, captivating motion capture cut scenes, an innovative battle system and more than 14 playable characters each with their own unique abilities and special combination attacks. With 60+ hours of role-playing gameplay, gamers can join brothers Darc and Kharg on their quest to capture the Spirit Stones and restore tranquility to an unstable world, that takes place thousands of years after the last installment in the series.

Fans of the original series as well as role playing gamers everywhere are sure to enjoy this next generation of the Arc the Lad series, said Ami Blaire, director, product marketing, SCEA. ARC THE LAD: TWILIGHT OF THE SPIRITS, developed by Cattle Call, is rated T for Teen by the independent Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) and sells for a suggested retail price of $39.99.

Game enthusiasts were seen busy trying out the sequel at the SCEA/PlayStation booth at the Comic-Con 2003 convention held recently in San Diego for comic and game enthusiasts.

ARC THE LAD: TWILIGHT OF THE SPIRITS places gamers deep into a world where the Humans and Deimos have been at war for years in their struggle to capture the Great Spirit Stones. But fate is about to place the future of both races in the hands of two men. Separated at birth, Darc and Kharg grow to become brave young men whose individual struggles divide, and then reunite them. Faced with seemingly insurmountable obstacles while battling foes with evil intentions, their individual quests are the last hope to bring about worldwide peace and stability.

Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. ( markets the PlayStation family of products and develops, publishes, markets and distributes software for the PS one game console and the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system for the North American market. Foster City, California-based SCEA is headquarters for all North American operations and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.