Agetec Unveils New PS2 And PSP Games At E3

Agetec has decided booth babes are stealing the focus at E3, and have decided to launch a tongue in cheek anti-booth babe campaign.  It is designed to remind all true gamers that E3 is not meant for just drooling at the booth babes, but instead be drooling at the latest games being announced.  They have a website up at http://www.antiboothbabes.com

“E³ used to be all about the new titles for the year, but now it seems like a competition between which company employs the hottest booth babes,” said Mark Johnson, vice president of Agetec, Inc. “Sure, we all love beautiful models, but we thought it was time to remember that E3 is about the games, and applaud real people, real games and serious fun!”

Along with that news, Agetec is also announcing 5 new games at E3.  For the PS2: RPG Maker 3, WILD ARMS Alter code: F and Armored Core.  For the PSP: Armored Core: Formula Front and PopoLoCrois.

Game Information:

RPG Maker 3
The Easiest Way to Make a Game. Period.
From the Designer Seriesâ„¢, RPG Maker 3 for the PlayStation®2 features an easy to use toolset and transforms 2D instruction into 3D worlds allowing you to produce exciting and enchanting games. It’s storytelling at its best. Choose your characters, worlds, items, landscapes, add a script and more. In no time, you are enjoying a “custom title” created by yours truly.

WILD ARMS Alter code: F
A Classic Returns.
The legendary adventure that started the WILD ARMS series is revisited, in WILD ARMS Alter Code: F for the Playstation®2, with enhanced graphics, new playable characters, puzzle solving and plot twists that are sure to make it an instant classic. Its redeveloped script and detailed 3D characters and enemies, coupled with an evolved battle system that allows you to control up to six party members will be keeping gamers riveted to their PlayStation®2 the Fall.

Armored Core: Nine Breaker
Train to be the Ultimate Robot Pilot.
It’s all about the battles with Armored Core: Nine Breaker, taking you straight to the action with two modes of play, hardcore training and arena combat. Design your own customized AC with over 400 parts to choose from. The possibilities are endless. Supporting up to four-players with 150 skill-boosting scenarios and 20+ arenas, Armored Core: Nine Breaker delivers stunning graphics and the fastest Armored Core battle sequences ever.

Armored Core: Formula Front – Special Edition
Stunning Graphics and Action for the PSP
Agetec delivers the popular Armored Core series to the PSP. In this special edition for US gamers, Agetec has completely revamped the title with added features from its Japanese counterpart. Armored Core: Formula Front has everything the fans love from Armored Core series plus so much more, such as, artificial intelligence (AI) designing and wireless head-to-head action. Building an unstoppable warrior to annihilate the competition has never been so much fun.

PoPoLoCrois
Old School 2D Gaming for the PSP
PoPoLoCrois is sure to be an instant favorite for the new generation of PSP users. This classic fantasy story features brand-new sequences from the animated TV series, new playable adventures, plus exciting battles with rich, vibrant colors and cell-shaded 2D graphics. You’ll be hooked on the delightful characters and animated storyline that is fun for all ages.

Agetec will be at booth W2660 at E3, where real people will demonstrate real games. For more information regarding Agetec’s entire lineup of exciting products visit http://www.agetec.com.

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