Popular video game will now be available with all 38 Code Input Cards plus two exclusive Geo cards
Disney Interactive Studios has announced that Spectrobes Collector’s Edition for Nintendo DS™ is available in stores today. Spectrobes Collector’s Edition includes the full version of the popular anime-style action and role-playing video game, Spectrobes, along with all 38 Code Input Cards and two exclusive Geo cards which enable players to unlock exclusive content. The special edition also includes a Mini Guide from Brady Games which includes statistics on all of the Spectrobes in the game. Spectrobes, released in March 2007, was the first original intellectual property from Disney Interactive Studios and has since shipped more than 800,000 units worldwide.
Spectrobes Collector’s Edition allows players to take on the role of planetary patrol officer Rallen. Players must collect mysterious fossilized creatures known as Spectrobes in order to complete missions and defeat enemies. To collect Spectrobes, players use the Nintendo DS stylus and touch screen to excavate the creatures as fossils, awaken them using the DS microphone, and evolve them into more powerful Spectrobes. Spectrobes Collector’s Edition also includes multiplayer functionality that enables players to battle one-on-one, participate in a tournament with up to 16 friends, and exchange items and Spectrobes via local wireless connectivity. Players can also participate in an interactive community where they can upload game results and stats, view leader boards, earn badges, and more via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
For more information about Spectrobes, please visit www.spectrobes.com.
Spectrobes Collector’s Edition is rated“E” for Everyone and is now available at retail stores for $29.99.
About Disney Interactive Studios
Disney Interactive Studios is the interactive entertainment affiliate of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS). Disney Interactive Studios self publishes and distributes a broad portfolio of multi-platform video games and interactive entertainment worldwide. The company also licenses properties and works directly with other interactive game publishers to bring products for all ages to market. Disney Interactive Studios is based in Glendale, California and has five internal game development studios around the world including Avalanche Software, Fall Line Studio, Propaganda Games, Black Rock Studio and Junction Point Studios.