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Annunciato Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron

Scritto da Riccardo Bindella   
Martedì 26 Maggio 2009 19:34

 

Il nuovo capitolo di uno degli spin-off di maggiore successo della saga di Guerre Stellari è stato annunciato da LucasArts per PSP e Nintendo DS.

Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron proporrà un gameplay più articolato e vario rispetto ai precedenti capitoli, essendo permeato da una storia ricca che attraversa l'intero arco della saga cinematografica.

Al giocatore sarà concesso di scegliere l'approccio più congeniale per la numrose missioni, passando rapidamente da sessioni a piedi ad altre su veicoli, comprese le epiche capital ship.

Inoltre saranno garantiti numerosi contenuti "pick up & play" che bene si sposano con la natura handheld del gioco e una componenete multiplayer per 16 giocatori per quanto concerne la versione PSP, mentre per la versione DS una serie di modalità skirmish giocabili fino a 4 giocatori.

Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron è previsto genericamente per il prossimo autunno, ma ancora non ha una data di uscita ufficiale.



SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — May 26, 2009 — Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron presents an expanded new take on the classic Star Wars Battlefront® gameplay, resulting in new levels of interaction and excitement in handheld gaming. The massive, galactic campaign will ship this Fall for the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system and Nintendo DS™.

For the first time ever in the Star Wars Battlefront series, players will be able to fight on multi-level battlefronts, on the ground and in space. Players can start the fight on foot, commandeer a vehicle to battle on the ground or dogfight in space, and land their craft and fight on capital starships. The battles waged on each front are all directly effected by the player’s actions, creating a combat experience where every shot fired and every enemy defeated can affect the outcome of a battle on another front.

Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron features a deep and engrossing single player campaign that spans the entire Star Wars Saga — and beyond. Gamers assume the identity of X2, a clone trooper created from the DNA of a Jedi Master. Originally tasked with eliminating Jedi during Order 66, X2 decides to leave his blood-stained past behind and joins the Rebellion. X2 isn’t the only Force-sensitive clone, however. X1, his clone brother, chooses a much more sinister path, leading to a confrontation that could determine the fate of both the Empire and the Rebellion.

Additionally, players will have at their disposal massive amounts of pick-up and play action for seemingly endless replay value. The PSP provides the deepest customization options ever seen in a Star Wars Battlefront title, allowing players to personalize and build their character with more weapons and items than ever before, including the weapons characters carry into battle, the armor they wear on their backs, their species, gender, appearance and physical strengths. Players can also unlock hundreds of other items and bonuses to help even the odds. On Nintendo DS, players can experience a unique class-based gameplay experience that allows them to outfit their characters with pre-determined weapon armaments, including heavy weapons, blasters and even lightsabers.

Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron on the PSP supports 16-player multiplayer, complete with in-depth stat tracking, and intense 4-player skirmishes on Nintendo DS across a wide number of modes, including the all-new “Heroes and Villains.” Take up arms as some of the most iconic Star Wars characters, including Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Kit Fisto, Darth Maul and other familiar faces from Star Wars Battlefront®: Renegade Squadron™ and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed™. And battle for the fate of the galaxy on some of the most memorable Star Wars planets of all time, including the forest-covered landscape of Endor, the frozen wastes of Hoth and even the mysterious Yavin 4.

More information about the game can be found at the official website, www.starwarsbattlefront.com.

 

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