Rising Star Games Unites with All Interactive Entertainment (AIE)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RISING STAR GAMES UNITES WITH ALL INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT (AIE).
The home of Japanese games has appointed AIE as their Australian publisher.
Gold Coast: 23rd March 2010. All Interactive Entertainment (AIE) together with Rising Star Games (RSG) are pleased to announce that they will be partnering with the immediate releases the company has scheduled for 2010.
Rising Star Games are excited about the partnership and believe their games will be well represented in the Australian market. (“I have been overwhelmed by the energy and passion shown by the team at AIE for our brand and products. AIE have demonstrated an understanding of our unique positioning in the market and an enthusiasm to collaborate with RSG to ensure we deliver great gaming content to the Australian market.” quote from Martin Defries Managing Director & C.O.O.)
Some of the titles being released include the Fragile Dreams, Way of the Samurai 3, Avalon Code, Luminous Arc 2, Half Minute Hero, Samurai Showdown Sen, Animal Kororo and the highly anticipated sequel for the Wii console; No More Heroes 2 – Desperate Struggle.
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle continues the tale of punk anti-hero Travis Touchdown, the Japanese anime Otaku, and pro wrestling-obsessed assassin. Travis finds himself at the bottom of the UAA (United Assassins Association) rankings and must wage war to become the No. 1 assassin once again. The follow-up to the popular No More Heroes will offer fans infectious, fun game play that allows you to wield not just one, but two swords and face multiple bosses simultaneously in bigger-than-ever boss battles.
This exciting edition to the adult collection of Wii games which is currently lacking allows you too use the Wii controllers to slice and dice your opponents with the flick of a wrist.
So far it has received strong review scores from; NGamer: 94%, Edge: 9/10, Official Nintendo Magazine: 88%. “Desperate Struggle is a brilliantly twisted love letter to the videogame medium” GamesSpy.
Rising Star Games are also responsible for such games as…..the ‘Harvest Moon’ series, the acclaimed ‘Muramasa’ Nintendo Wii title alongside the much lauded ‘Little Kings Story’ With a portfolio of more than 50 releases since its inception in 2004, Rising Star Games has consistently delivered great Japanese games to Australia from developers and publishers such as Marvelous Entertainment, Atlus, Spike, Hudson, Irem, Tecmo, etc.,
Launch date of No More Heroes is May 22nd
- Extensive dual class system with 30 class combinations
- Individual furnishing of player and guild houses
- Epic quest lines telling an in-depth story
- Gripping duels, player vs. player arenas, battlefields and three-server-battles
- Regular free updates with new game content
- Easy travel with portal stones and ride-on creatures
- Challenging combat in dangerous and expansive dungeons with up to 36 players simultaneously
- Unique elite skills for each dual class combination
- Dynamic crafting and upgrading of items
RSG has achieved a landmark catalogue of more than 50 titles across the key gaming platforms from Nintendo & Sony. The next 12 months will add Microsoft's Xbox to its growing roster. Based in the United Kingdom it has become the home of Japanese games and in 2008/2009 expanded its partner portfolio to include titles from two further Japanese companies: Atlus & Gamebridge (I'm unsure about this). RSG sells directly to partner distribution companies in more than 50 overseas markets and in 2009 brought fresh attitude to a consolidating market.
ABOUT ALL INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT:
Based on the Gold Coast of Australia, All Interactive Entertainment (AIE) is a wholly owned subsidiary of All Interactive Distribution (AID) and holds the exclusive distribution rights for N3V Publishing in Australia and New Zealand. More information on AIE can be found at www.aie.allinteractive.com.au
All Interactive Distribution was established in 1994 and over the last 15 years has grown into one of the largest distributors of interactive entertainment product in Australia. AID also acts as a sub-distributor for all of the video games and DVD publishers in Australia and distributes, on behalf of Nintendo, into the New Zealand market. More information on AID can be found at www.allinteractive.com.au