July 9, 2009
WARRIORS OROCHI 2 SHIPS AUGUST
25, 2009 ACTION-PACKED WITH EXCLUSIVE CONTENT
KOEI’s Tactical Action Tour de
Force is Coming to PSP with New Characters, Scenarios and Japanese Language
KOEI, recognized worldwide as the
premier brand of strategy and action games, today announced that the
best-selling WARRIORS OROCHI®2 is coming to PSP® (PlayStation® Portable) system
on August 25, 2009.
With four different storylines
featuring characters from SAMURAI WARRIORS® and DYNASTY WARRIORS®, WARRIORS
OROCHI 2 includes three new game modes: Dream, VS and Survival, as well as "Tag
Team"-style matches that pit fighters in head-to-head arena combat.
A star-studded lineup boasts 96
playable characters from the DYNASTY WARRIORS and SAMURAI WARRIORS series
including the massive boar-like Gyuki and the faceless Dodomeki. New playable
characters not found in the original console release include the graceful San
Zang and the warrior-monk Benkei.
New features exclusive to the PSP
system also include: 2-Player VS mode plus Co-op play in Story, Free and Dream
modes, 12 new scenarios in Dream mode, and a Japanese and English voice option.
Gamers can pre-order the game now
from Amazon.com, GameFly, and GameStop.
About WARRIORS OROCHI 2
Shattering time and space, the
venomous Serpent King Orochi kidnapped history’s greatest warriors in a scheme
to test his might. The heroes eventually defeated Orochi and his menacing army.
Now the slain Orochi lies in the netherworld, and a mysterious alliance is
hatching a plan to resurrect Orochi.
Key features include: 96 playable
characters from the DYNASTY WARRIORS and SAMURAI WARRIORS, 2-Player VS mode plus
Co-op play in Story, Free and Dream modes, a Japanese and English voice option,
12 new scenarios in Dream mode, an install function to improve loading times,
and improved graphic draw distances.
WARRIORS OROCHI 2 for the PSP system
is developed by KOEI Canada and based on an original work by Omega Force. Play
is for 1 to 2 players. Multi-player play is via ad-hoc wireless only. This game
is rated "T" (Teen – Mild Suggestive Themes, Violence) by the ESRB.