New Hit Shooter Game for the PSP™(PlayStation®Portable) System Offers Unprecedented Horror, Customization and Depth
United Kingdom, 30th November 2009– Games publisher Chillingo today announced that Dracula– Undead Awakening is available for download from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe’s PlayStation? Store as a PSP™ Mini title for the PSP™ and PSP?go.
Dracula– Undead Awakening is a top-down shooter, with players controlling a vampire hunter who must combat hordes of undead enemies like zombies, ghouls, werewolves, vampire brides and more. Each level and every new attack wave contains more enemies, and they get stronger over time!
Dracula– Undead Awakening is set within multiple eerie locations, such as a desolate graveyard and a Gothic fortress. As enemies attack and the player defeats them, useful items may drop such as weapon upgrades, ammunition and potions. As they progress, players can access increasingly powerful weaponry including Machine Guns, Flamethrowers, Buzz-Saws and Grenade Launchers. Surviving each round of attacks also rewards players with experience, which they can spend to choose new skills and ability perks like Bloodlust, Ninja, Telekinesis and even Death Dice.
To ensure replayability, there is a variety of Dracula– Undead Awakening game modes including Survival, Rush, and Wave Attack. Each mode can last indefinitely depending upon the skill of the player, as enemies increase in number and strength until the player runs out of lives and is defeated.
“Dracula– Undead Awakening is perfect for fans of shooter games,” said Johnny Coghlan, Head of Publishing for Chillingo.“It’s an award-winning franchise, and this new PSP game will ensure that players keep coming back for more.”
“There is an incredible number of monsters, weapons and abilities in Dracula– Undead Awakening,” said Abstraction Games’ Producer and Lead Programmer, Ralph Egas.“It’s an infinitely replayable shooter of the very highest quality, as confirmed by press and gamers themselves.”
Screens and art for Dracula– Undead Awakening can be accessed right now from Chillingo’s FTP site ( http://www.chillingo.com/assets/DUA_PSP_minis/Dracula_Undead_Awakening_PSP_minis_launch_assets.zip).
Dracula– Undead Awakening for PSP can be downloaded from SCEE’s PlayStation? Store priced?3.99 or equivalent price.
Chillingo publishes innovative games and software for various platforms. Past hit iPhone and iPod touch titles include Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs, Ravensword, Minigore, iDracula, Horror Racing, Touch KO, and Cash Cow. For more information about Chillingo please visit http://www.chillingo.com. PR contact– Jennifer Willis, firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Abstraction Games
Abstraction Games is a studio built from cross-platform technology and a few passionate, highly-trained professionals focusing on producing polished, rich titles for game consoles. Past titles include Potpourrii and Dracula– Undead Awakening for PSP minis. For more information on Abstraction Games, please visit http://www.abstractiongames.com.
About Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Ltd
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE), based in London, is responsible for the distribution, marketing and sales of PLAYSTATION?3, PlayStation?2, PSP™ (PlayStation?Portable) and PlayStation?Network software and hardware in 99 territories across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Oceania. SCEE also develops, publishes, markets and distributes entertainment software for these formats, and manages the third party licensing programs for the formats in these territories. Since the launch of PLAYSTATION 3 in November 2006, over 16.8 million units have been sold globally and continue to be sold at a record level. Maintaining its position as one of the most successful consumer electronic products in history, PlayStation 2 has sold over 137.7 million systems worldwide. Since its launch at the end of 2004, over 44.5 million PSPs have been sold globally, highlighting the importance of the portable entertainment market. With the huge increase in interest and accessibility of network applications and network gaming, over 13 million people have registered to PlayStation Network, the free-to-access interactive environment, and over 236 million items have been downloaded.
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