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New Overlord: Raising Hell PS3 Trailer Turns Up the Heat!

April 24, 2008


Be ruthless, determined, and even a little despotic as the bad-ass blockbuster from Triumph Studios gets an extended PLAYSTATION 3 system edition

With a trailer fit for a tyrant, Codemasters today released a preview video of Overlord: Raising Hell,™ the anarchic action adventure title coming this June exclusively for the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system.

Click here to download the Overlord: Raising Hell Preview Trailer

Marking the Overlord's first appearance on the PLAYSTATION 3 system, Overlord: Raising Hell is set in a world of twisted fantasy scenarios, featuring angry dwarves, weird elves and messed up zombies. As the dastardly Overlord, players must master control of the Minions, a raucous horde of impish creatures. Controlling them is crucial if the Overlord is to sweep through the kingdoms, wipe out his foes and conquer the entire land.

Overlord: Raising Hell comes to the PLAYSTATION 3 system with a devilish array of hot new content and features, including the 'Raising Hell' levels, which takes players even deeper into the Overlord's warped world than ever before. In these hellish new realms, a supernatural abyss for each of the game's five kingdoms, the undead denizens are on the attack and threatening the Overlord's superiority. There's only one thing for it: assemble the Minions, descend into each abyss and embark on a fresh wave of tyranny in order to claim the underworld throne.

With the addition of online co-operative pillaging, and split-screen head-to-head slaughter, the PLAYSTATION 3 system edition will also be enhanced with detailed visuals, a top-spec audio system with 7.1 surround sound and feature additions, such as the new on-screen mini-map. Prepare for a hellishly good time being bad with Overlord: Raising Hell, coming this June for the PLAYSTATION 3 system. For the 'how to be a total bad ass' training video and the latest minion-infested wallpapers, visit

Overlord: Raising Hell is rated "T" (Teen - Language, Violence - Content that may be suitable for persons ages 13 and older) by the ESRB.

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