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Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment - America
Developer: Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Release Date: March 2, 2004
Platform(s): Sony PlayStation® 2
Peripherals Required: Headset microphone
ESRB Rating: M for Mature
Genre: Voice Action Adventure
MSRP: TBD

Game Description:
It’s time to put down the game controller and speak up! Lifeline is a heart-pounding action adventure epic set high above Earth in a futuristic space station hotel that is suddenly rocked by a massive attack. In the first-ever voice activated action-adventure game, players will find themselves inexplicably trapped in the hotel’s security control room with their only link to the outside world being a female survivor named Rio.

LifeLine is the world’s first action adventure that replaces the handheld controller as the main interface with voice activated commands using a microphone headset peripheral. Players must use verbal communication to direct Rio through the hotel’s hostile environment and to guide her through deadly duels with terrifying creatures. The player’s only weapon is their voice. LifeLine’s unprecedented technology features voice-recognition of over 5,000 words and 100,000 phrases such as “Shoot!”, “Run!” and “Dodge and reload!” so that gamers remain on the edge of their seats as they guide Rio through a thrilling adventure.

Features:
• First ever voice-activated action-adventure game
• New and unique gaming experience with a gripping storyline and exciting adventure
• Game is played exclusively through microphone and a voice recognition system
• Heart-pounding action adventure set in a futuristic surrounding
• Critically acclaimed title in Japan winning Famitsu’s prestigious “Platinum” Award
• The character of Rio is brought to life by the voice of Kristin Miller, star of the hit NBC series, “She Spies”.
• Compatible with PS2 USB Headsets


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