April 14, 2008
Rocky and Bullwinkle Comes to Xbox LIVE Arcade
Along With Battlezone This Wednesday
There’s a new addition to the family of party
games available on Xbox 360! “Rocky and Bullwinkle” is available exclusively on
Xbox LIVE Arcade, along with an enhanced version of the tank vs. tank action
classic “Battlezone” this Wednesday, April 16, 2008 at 9:00 a.m. GMT (1:00 a.m.
Based on the popular cartoon series of the 1960s,
“Rocky and Bullwinkle” on Xbox LIVE Arcade is a fast and fun party experience
packed with more than 100 micro games. Eight playable characters from Frostbite
Falls are back in the living room, including Rocky, Bullwinkle, Boris, Natasha,
Dudley Do-Right and many more. “Rocky and Bullwinkle” features five difficulty
settings, as well as support for up to 12 players in local hot-seat mode.
The game takes visual inspiration from the 1960s
with a decidedly retro art style, but the fun is as modern as it gets. In fact,
cool cats who want to get up and move will enjoy 25 micro games that work with
the Xbox LIVE Vision Camera. By moving around and expressing gestures – like
rowing a boat or throwing darts – players can control the action in the game!
Developed by Zen Studios, “Rocky and
Bullwinkle” will be available worldwide for 800 Microsoft Points and is rated E
for Everyone by the ESRB. For more details on “Rocky and Bullwinkle” please
“Battlezone” on Xbox LIVE Arcade adds exciting
new multiplayer modes for up to two players both locally and over Xbox LIVE,
including Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch and Capture the Flag. Plus, players can
use the Xbox LIVE Vision Cam to challenge opponents on the battle field. Combine
these features with new special effects for weapon firing, impacts and
explosions and this revamped version of “Battlezone” is a must-have classic that
fans and newcomers will enjoy.
To score points in “Battlezone,” players must
shoot and destroy the enemy’s brigade including a standard enemy tank, supertank
and a flying saucer.
Created by Atari, an enhanced version and the
original version of “Battlezone” will be available worldwide (with the exception
of Korea and Japan) for 400 Microsoft Points and is rated E for Everyone by the
ESRB. For more details on “Battlezone” please visit: