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SPAWN®: ARMAGEDDON
Namco Spawns New Name For Video Game Based On
Todd McFarlane’s Anti-Hero

San Jose, Ca., September 25, 2003 - Namco Hometek Inc. announced today the full name of their Todd McFarlane inspired epic, Spawn: Armageddon. Due to hit retail stores nationwide this November on the next-generation consoles, Spawn: Armageddon is a thrilling, mission-based action/adventure game that thrusts players into the role of the infamous anti-hero Spawn.

Spawn: Armageddon is set against the backdrop of a darker, near-future New York City environment, where Spawn is caught between the factions in the battle of Good vs. Evil. The intuitive controls allow players to maneuver their way through various interactive and destructible environments which include 25 missions with more than 60 sublevels, as Spawn struggles to break free of the controlling forces of Heaven and Hell. Based on the first 99 comic books in the Spawn series, Spawn: Armageddon features all of Spawns signature abilities including his vast arsenal of weapons, Hell powers, superhuman strength and his living, symbiotic costume.

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