SAN FRANCISCO — May 29, 2007 — Today Ubisoft, one of the world's largest video game publishers, announced that it has shipped WarTech Senko no Ronde for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft to retail stores. Developed by G.rev Ltd., WarTech Senko no Ronde is rated "T" for Teen and has an MSRP of $59.99.
WarTech Senko no Ronde, a new take on a famous arcade game from 2004 that has already been released in Japan with great success, thrusts the player into a distant future where humanity has colonized countless new galaxies and Earth has become a planet mined for its natural resources. A violent war has erupted as nations struggle for world domination.
- Fast-paced arcade fighting – Combine an almost limitless arsenal of special moves, power-ups and attack drones to unleash the most lethal combos.
- Xbox LIVE online gaming service multiplayer – Challenge friends in head-to-head two-player or battle against the world's best players online and test your skills to improve your Xbox LIVE ranking.
- An impressive choice of Rounder Mech suits – Each of the eight Rounder Mechs features two distinct variations, as well as an unlockable in-game B.O.S.S. mode, for 24 variations in all.
- Epic boss battles – Go blow-for-blow against the other Rounder Mechs, but be prepared, because at any moment you could find yourself battling an even deadlier enemy.
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