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SANTA CLARA, CA August 15, 2005 O~3 Entertainment, an interactive entertainment publishing and distribution company, today announced that they will publish Chaos Field for Nintendo GameCube™ in North America. The game is expected to be available at retail for Holiday 2005.

"Chaos Field is an excellent example of the new breed of arcade action coming out of Japan," commented Chris Jelinek, president of O~3 Entertainment. "Our philosophy is to make the hottest Japanese arcade games available to players in North America, and Chaos Field is just the first of many more to follow."

"The new content in the home edition of Chaos Field adds a lot of variety to the game play and tremendous replay value with the different play modes and multiple characters," said Mark Rogers, executive producer at O~3 Entertainment.

Chaos Field gives vertical shooter fans reason to rejoice! The non-stop action unfolds over five challenging levels, each with three tough stages to test even the most confident arcade jockey's skills. The game includes three playable characters, each with its own unique ships and characteristics. Attacks include beam weapons, missiles, shields, swords, special attacks, and the legendary Chaos Field.

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