Justin Lee On September 25, 2007 at 1:30 pm

D3Publisher sends word that the hack and slash adventure game Dragon Blade Wrath of Fire that we saw at E3 has shipped to stores for the Nintendo Wii.

D3Publisher of America, Inc. (D3PA), a publisher and developer of interactive entertainment software, today announced that Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire has shipped to retail stores across North America. Designed specifically for the Wii system, Dragon Blade is a 3rd person action-adventure game where players unleash the magical powers of a fierce dragon, creating a unique and visually stunning weapon through their sword and arms. Players will utilize an intuitively designed, two-handed Wii control scheme and use both arms simultaneously to emulate the dragon’s arms, wings, tail, fire-breathing head and more as they embark on an epic fantasy adventure in more than 20 unique environments in 5 visually stunning worlds. Dragon Blade is available for the suggested retail price of $39.95.

“Gamers have been asking for fun, original games on the Wii and D3PA has answered their call with Dragon Blade,” said Alison Quirion, vice president of marketing, D3PA. “Dragon Blade stays true to its game design roots by focusing on the pure beat-em-up, arcade style action that gamers love while taking full advantage of the Wii controls to achieve as close to one-to-one motion as possible so players will truly experience the action like never before.”

Featuring an original story by Richard A. Knaak, one of the best-selling authors behind the immensely popular DragonLance series as well as other popular series based on Warcraft, Diablo, and the Age of Conan, Dragon Blade immerses players in a compelling storyline and richly detailed fantasy worlds. Players will use their dragon powers and hundreds of combat options to battle colossal enemies and embark on quests to upgrade their weapons and make them even more powerful over time.

Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire was developed by LAND HO! Co., Ltd and the game is rated “T” (Teen – fantasy violence) by the ESRB.

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