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SEGA Ships Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer for the Nintendo DS

March 4, 2008

SEGA Ships Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer for the Nintendo DS

Embark on a Journey Where Endless Adventure and Hidden Treasures Await

SEGA of America, Inc. today announced that Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer on Nintendo DS has shipped to retailers in North America. Developed by Chun Soft, this handheld role-playing game stars a fearless hero named Shiren the Wanderer and his trusty weasel companion, Koppa. Featuring a rich story and limitless randomly-generated dungeons to vanquish, Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer will feature unparalleled handheld gameplay and exploration possibilities.

On a quest for the legendary Lair of the Golden Condor, thought to grant one wish to the person who finds it, players venture through treacherous lands and discover the mystery surrounding this mythical realm. Many warriors have set out on this grand adventure but none have survived the perilous journey through deep caverns, vast forests and dangerous mountain passes. The path is filled with ferocious monsters, hidden traps and thieves that Shiren and Koppa must battle through and survive in order to reach their goal and claim their prize.

Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer features a turn-based control scheme and inventory system that harkens to the days of classic role-playing games. This epic adventure will challenge gamers with limitless randomly generated dungeons, advanced tactics to use and puzzles to solve. With new areas to explore, updated graphics and sounds and a new tutorial mode, this dungeon adventure will thrill players with countless hours of gameplay.

A special new feature in the game is the ability to call for online help via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection when players find themselves in peril. If another player is in the area, they have the option to assist the player in trouble and if they prove to be successful, they will be awarded with a special item.

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