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Publisher: Sammy Studios, Inc.
Developer: Dimps
Release Date: Q4 2003
Platform: Sony PlayStation® 2
ESRB Rating: RP (Rating Pending)
Genre: Third-person 3D Action
MSRP: $ 49.99

Short Game Description:
Seven Samurai 20XX is a third-person 3D action game inspired by the greatest samurai film of all time; Akira Kurosawa’s The Seven Samurai. In proper tribute to the masterpiece, the game has involved the cooperation of Kurosawa Production and the late director’s son, Hisao, as well as major contributions from world-famous artists such as legendary artist/designer Moebius and Academy Award® winning composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. Seven Samurai 20XX engages players with an experience that combines intense melee-style samurai combat with an epic story that takes the film’s timeless tale into the future. Players take on the role of the young samurai Natoe to fight an army of mechanical beasts, and ultimately enlist six warriors to help him defend the humans’ last city. Using a variety of swordplay styles, Natoe employs numerous single and double katana attacks and an arsenal of moves that grows with his mastery of the samurai way.

Features:
• Inspired by Akira Kurosawa’s classic action-film The Seven Samurai, with involvement from Kurosawa Production and the late director’s son, Hisao
• Third-person 3D action focused on high-intensity, melee-style combat, with four play modes and adjustable fighting styles
• Epic story that takes the film’s timeless tale into the future, with humans facing a treacherous enemy using an army of mechanical beasts and humanoids
• 100+ unique characters, with concept and design work by Moebius, legendary Blueberry comic artist and designer on such films as The Fifth Element and Willow
• Opening and ending theme music composed by Ryuichi Sakamoto, Academy Award winning composer on the Last Emperor

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