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Fall 2003




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All right, all of you Jennifer Garner fans (and I know that you’re out there)… good news. Acclaim has obtained the rights to Alias, the hit ABC TV series that has really put her on the map while having her kick more butt than Wonder Woman and Charlie’s Angels put together. Of course, there’ll be a fair amount of fighting involved, but that won’t be all. Gadgets (a la James Bond) will play an integral role



in the success of Sydney’s mission, as will a fair amount of stealth and running up against one of your biggest enemies: time.

Early builds of the game, including the one on display at E3 in May, have looked impressive so far. Many of the TV show’s principal characters will be reprising their roles for this game by way of voice work, including Miss Garner, herself.


Here’s a rundown of the vitals for Alias, courtesy of Acclaim:


Original story and script from the writers of "Alias."
Game play offers a blend of combat, espionage and stealth.

Incredible combat system enables players to simultaneously fight multiple opponents in fierce hand-to-hand combat.

Fully interactive environments allow players to use objects as weapons or to create diversions.

The latest in state-of-the-art gadgetry designed by Marshall from "Alias."

Unique camera direction - utilizing multiple, simultaneous angles.


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Miss Garner seems impressed already. “I’m very excited to be part of this game, which is testimony to our show’s loyal fans and talented production team. In working with the developers, I was extremely impressed with how they captured the look and feel of the show, especially my ‘virtual Sydney’ character.”

We’ll be keeping a magnifying glass on this title as it grows closer to completion. For now, you might want to catch up on Alias’ ever-changing storyline to familiarize yourself with the frequent plot twists (and costume changes) in store for you come this fall.

- Peter J. Skerritt, Jr.
(June 8, 2003)


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