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Hamburg, 24.07.2006 – Action RPGers look forward to Q2 2007! Then ANACONDA, Hamburg based adventure expert publisher, will be releasing Legend: Hand of God – a new milestone in the action RPG genre. “It’s addicting like Diablo, looks nice like Prince of Persia”, German games magazine PC Games describes.

Legend: Hand of God gives players a fantasy scenario. They will be helping a young adept by fighting the evil – and will have to stand in loads of action filled battles.

Unique graphic features like the cinematic combat system will make even watching the battles fun: Enemies will be fought depending on their size – so it can happen that Legend’s hero jumps on the back of a giant troll to finally finish him. Controlling Legend: Hand of God will stay as easys as players are used to.
Many more unique features, state of the art graphics and great atmosphere and storyline will make Legend: Hand of God a must have not only for fans of Action RPGs.

Legend: Hand of God is being developed by Hamburg based studio Master Creating. US top story writer Susan O’Connor, Hollywood lead artist Paul Campion and creative director Andreas Adamek – one of the Gianna Sister’s creators – are also part of the team.

German players will read more on Legend: Hand of God in the upcoming issue 09/2006 of PC Games which will be available in stores from July, 26 on.
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