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X-MEN: NEXT DIMENSION - PLAYSTATION2 ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM, XBOX VIDEO GAME SYSTEM FROM MICROSOFT and NINTENDO GAMECUBE

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
X-Men: Next Dimension plunges players into a powerful enemy's plot to rid the world of mutants. Leaving traditional arena-based fighting games in its wake, X-Men: Next Dimension is the only console fighter game that carries epic super hero showdowns across expansive 3-D levels. Players fight as 24 different X-Men characters through interactive environments replete with combat-induced damage.

GAME FEATURES:

  • Authentic Super Hero Action - 8 maps with up to 26 sections feature massive 3-D environments that make for the kind of large-scale battles usually found in comics and movies. Throw a punch at an opponent and send him through a window, then, continue the fight into the next section. The action flows completely uninterrupted as levels, and the story, merge together seamlessly.
  • Expansive Fight Options - Gamers battle Bastion and his evil minions with the addition of thrilling aerial combat, wicked chain combos and 8-way movement. A super meter system is also accessible to players of all skill levels.
  • Epic Characters, Epic Story - Fans can fight as 20 of their favorite X-Men (plus four secret characters) as they weave through a story wrought with intrigue. A Versus Mode lets players set out of the story and fight one-on-one in arcade-style combat. May the best mutant win!
DEVELOPMENT TEAM INFORMATION:
  • Paradox Development - PlayStation 2 and Xbox
  • EXAKT Entertainment - Nintendo GameCube
PLATFORMS:
  • PlayStation2 computer entertainment system
  • Xbox video game system from Microsoft
  • Nintendo GameCube
ESRB RATING: "T" ("Teen" -violence and suggestive themes - content suitable for persons ages 13 and older)

SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE: $49.99

AVAILABILITY: Fall 2002

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