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Name: Brave: A Warrior’s Tale
Publisher: Evolved Games (X360), SouthPeak Games (Wii)
Developer: Evolved Games
Platforms: Xbox 360, Wii
Genre: Platformer
Release Date: August 4, 2009
Multiplayer: No

Overview:

Set in a fantastic world based upon the mythology of Native America, Brave: A Warrior's Tale plays as a series of flashbacks in which a now elderly Brave describes the events of his life. Players take on the role of Courage and experience Brave's legendary adventures first hand as they relive his story and play through all-new content that will make Courage a legend in his own right! Can Courage live up to his name and stop the evil Wendigo's threat to their village?

Features
• Easy to master platforming gameplay – excellent for young gamers
• Use sticks, longbows, and a tomahawk to defeat enemies
• 13 major areas to explore including lush forests, raging rivers, wide open plains, and the spirit world
• “Mobile Stone” in-game tutorial talks you through each area’s objectives and helps you out when you get stuck
• Exciting boss battles – fight giant bees, grizzly bears, mythical beasts, and the evil Wendigo
• Learn to mimic animals’ calls to access their help and acquire new skills
• Uncover hidden wall paintings to find clues for new areas
• Hone your senses - learn to find animals by using their tracks
• Collect dream catchers and use them to restore health when needed

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