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SEGA ANNOUNCES U.S. VERSION OF KUNOICHI TITLED NIGHTSHADE

SEGA of America today announced that "Nightshade" is the official name for
the upcoming PS2 title formerly known as "Kunoichi" (it remains "Kunoichi"
in Japan) as well as the release of new screenshots. Players take on the
role of the sexy and dangerous female ninja Hibana as she battles legions of
demonic foes with unlimited combo attacks and powerful ninja magic.
Developed by SEGA's Overworks studio, "Nightshade" is slated to be released
in early Q1 04.

MORE ABOUT NIGHTSHADE:
Tokyo is beginning the slow and tedious process of repairs after defeating
Hiruko's demon minions. Just as life is returning to normal, a new rift
opens between Earth and the demon realm. Unwilling to take such supernatural
threats lightly, the Japanese government enlists the talents of Hibana, a
skilled kunoichi ("female ninja") with a keen understanding of both martial
and mystical arts. As Hibana, players will battle countless demonic foes
within a wide assortment of unique urban environments spanning rooftops,
construction sites, industrial factories and more.

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