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Sheffield, England – March 31st, 2008 – Video games publisher Lexicon Entertainment are delighted to announce that the highly anticipated Nintendo DS product ‘Commando: Steel Disaster’ will be shooting its way to American retail stores in Q3 with a publishing deal in place with highly respected XS Games.

You play as the heroic Storm who must put an end to Rattlesnake and his evil organisation. You get to do this with a range of heavy weaponry and Lexicon assures us there are plenty of different weapons and pick-ups - each with its own attack method and power. Plus, some guns can be used to find secret items.

Shoot, jump, throw and roll into action as you battle though each of the five missions and the two extra hidden missions. Each mission has various beautifully crafted environments all culminating in an epic boss fight.

Mow down wave after wave of animated enemies and use the various
vehicles to destroy enemy gun ships and tanks in this extreme
test of any gamer’s skill.

• Highly stylized graphics with slick animations
• Get behind the wheel of various vehicles
• Complex boss battles and 20 different types of enemy
• Pick up 10 different types of weapons
• Destructible terrain and weather conditions
• Discover hidden missions by finding secret data disks
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