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Robotech: Battlecry SE details

by Billy Berghammer - July 30, 2002, 8:49 am EDT

Calling all Robotech lovers out there. Wanna know exactly what's in the Special Edition box set?

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TDK Mediactive to Launch Exclusive 'Robotech: Battlecry' Collector's Edition

Limited-Edition Set Packed Full of Exclusive Content

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. - July 30, 2002 - TDK Mediactive, Inc. (OTC:TDKM), a global publisher of interactive entertainment software, announced that it will be issuing a Collector's Edition for the fall launch of "Robotech(R): Battlecry(TM)," available on the PlayStation(R) 2 computer entertainment system, Xbox(TM) video game system from Microsoft and Nintendo GameCube(TM) video game system. The limited-edition collectible can be pre-ordered now, exclusively through Electronics Boutique and GameStop. Each box will be individually numbered, with only a very limited quantity being produced.

The "Robotech: Battlecry" Collector's Edition will include:

"Robotech: Battlecry" video game - A copy of the cel-shaded action shooter title based on the highly successful anime series.

Exclusive "Robotech: Battlecry" game soundtrack - A complete CD of new, re-recorded versions of the original series' music, recorded exclusively for "Robotech: Battlecry."

Exclusive "Robotech: Battlecry" T-shirt - A specially designed T-shirt featuring unique artwork of "Skull One."

Exclusive "Robotech: Battlecry" art - Five cards featuring all-new, full-color, pre-production concept designs bundled in an original art folder.

Exclusive "Robotech: Battlecry" lenticular motion card - Uniquely transforming game art that can only be found in this limited-edition set.

Exclusive "Robotech" Defense Force dog tag - A high-quality, individually numbered dog tag dictating the exact edition number of the set.

"'Robotech' is a strong property with a very big following. The loyal fans deserve, not only an amazing game, but also an extensive collection of exclusive extras," said Stefan Serwe, vice president, global marketing, TDK Mediactive. "Special-edition packaging is long overdue in the U.S. market, and it's a great way to give something back to all the loyal gamers who have been starving for a first-rate 'Robotech' title."

The collector's edition boxes are priced at $79.99 (U.S.) and can be pre-ordered now at Electronics Boutique and GameStop store locations or online at www.EBGames.com or www.Gamestop.com. The "Robotech: Battlecry" Collector's Edition is scheduled to ship for PlayStation 2 and Xbox in September and GameCube in October. More information about the "Robotech: Battlecry" Collector's Edition can be found at www.robotech.com and www.tdk-mediactive.com.

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