Clan of Champions Coming to the West!
Santa Ana, Calif. – NIS America announced today that a new multiplayer action game, Clan of Champions, will be making its way to the West next year. Clan of Champions is being developed by Acquire Corp., best known for its Tenchu series, and will be released for the PlayStation®3, Xbox 360®, and PC.
About Clan of Champions
Clan of Champions is a hardcore multiplayer action game. You will choose from 3 different characters - human, elf, or orc - and take on missions, each of which is different in content and length. You can either play by yourself or with other players in co-op mode, and up to 3 players can play simultaneously online. There is also a 3 vs 3 team battle mode where you can fight with, and against, your friends. There will be a large amount of DLC for additional quests, items, and weapons for the future.
- Multiplayer – You can either choose to play in 3-person team co-op mode or 3 vs 3 head-to-head mode.
- Customization – Customize your character's appearance and stats. There are many different weapons and equipment you can use to create your own warrior.
- Weapon Master – Focus on using a single weapon type to specialize in it. The longer you use that type of weapon, the more skills and moves you will learn for it.
About NIS America
NIS America is a subsidiary of Nippon Ichi Software, Inc., a Japanese company famous for its unique line of strategy RPGs including titles such as Disgaea, Prinny, and Z.H.P. In 2003, NIS America was established in Southern California to publish exciting and innovative game titles for North America. Today, NIS America has expanded to bring various products from Japan, like video games, animation, and collectable items. As a growing strategy RPG publisher in the U.S., we are committed to continuous improvement and dedication.
Contact NIS America, Inc. at 1221 E. Dyer Road. Suite 100, Santa Ana, CA 92075; Phone (714) 540-1122; and website at www.NISAmerica.com.
About ACQUIRE Corp
ACQUIRE Corp. was established in 1994 as a small company, with only three people. Sony Music Entertainment held a contest searching for an original PlayStation game design, to which Takuma Endo (President of ACQUIRE) sent his Tenchu game design and won. Sony Music then gave him the money to expand his fledgling studio and develop the game. Over several years, ACQUIRE grew from a 3-man Indie developer to a full-scale game development studio, now one of the top independent development studios in Japan.
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