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Draglade for the DS Now Shipping in North America

December 4, 2007


Master fighting to the beat on your Nintendo DS or prepare to get beaten down!

Atlus U.S.A., Inc., a leading publisher of interactive entertainment, today announced that the Nintendo DS fighting game Draglade is now shipping to stores across North America! What’s Draglade, you’re asking yourself? It’s only one of the best fighters yet to grace the popular portable system!

Why is Draglade one of the best fighters for the Nintendo DS? Well, it could have something to do with the fact that it also combines adventure, RPG, and rhythm elements to create a unique and substantive portable experience. Or, it could be because of the game’s comprehensive multiplayer functionality, with local wireless for 2-player cooperative action, single-cart fights using Download Play, and head-to-head matches online via Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection! Then again, no other game in the market let’s you punch the stuffing out of your friends to your own custom beat. So if defeating your opponents with style is how you like to roll, be sure to check out Draglade for the Nintendo DS!

For more information, check out the official Draglade website.

Draglade has been rated “E10+” for Everyone 10 and older with Cartoon Violence, Mild Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, and Use of Tobacco by the ESRB.

Key Features:

  • Intuitive controls allow players of all ages and skills to get into the game, while a vast assortment of customizable special moves and devastating Beat Combos allow for advanced fighting tactics.

  • Discover additional characters and special techniques - there are plenty of things to collect!

  • Mix and match moves to tailor your fighter to your preferences and expand your arsenal of abilities by trading skills with a friend!

  • Challenge anyone in the country to a one-on-one test of skills, or connect locally with a friend and take on cooperative quests!

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