Legion Arena Goes Gold



Command The Armies
That Shaped The World As We Know It


Montreal, Canada. October 4, 2005
Software publisher Strategy First Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of
Silverstar Holdings, Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSTR), announced today that Slitherine
Software’s epic strategy title, “Legion Arena,”

has officially gone gold.
Devoted Roman historians and fans of the Roman era alike can expect “Legion
Arena” to be available for retail sale late this fall.


“There’s something about classic combat that always draws wargamers to this
time period,” said Jay Podilchuk, Executive Producer at Strategy First. 
“Slitherine Software has succeeded in bringing the real experience of
commanding these epic legions to wargamers everywhere.”


Legion Arena we have really focused on combat and battle tactics. There are
over 100 missions and you will learn every trick in the book as you guide your
fledgling army through a series of historical campaigns,” said J.D. McNeil,
Director at Slitherine Software.  “We have gone through great pains to make
sure everything is as accurate as possible, but we never compromise on


About Legion Arena

“Legion Arena” is a role playing strategy game created on a massive scale,
providing gamers with more than just the pure taste of battle. Set during the
period of the Roman Republic, players take command of a band of simple peasant
warriors, and train them into a formidable fighting force. With each
victorious battle, gamers can reap the rewards of fame, fortune, and
experience, along with the opportunity to “level up” their units. Troops will
learn hundreds of new skills through their field experience, and will
progressively upgrade their abilities with each new combat situation they
face. Gamers can play as the Roman Empire and Celtic Clans through over a
hundred scenarios, and must use carefully calculated strategies in an attempt
to crush their enemies on the front line—fighting for the pride and glory of
the battlefield!


Arena” will be available for purchase at all major retailers this fall at a
suggested retail price of $39.99.