KONAMI RELEASES THE FIRST LOOK AT  DOCTOR LAUTREC AND THE FORGOTTEN KNIGHTS 

First Trailer and Screenshots Gives Players Hints at Gameplay and Starring Characters

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today released the first trailer, new screenshots, and additional game play features for Doctor Lautrec and the Forgotten Knights, the brand new puzzle-based adventure game coming to Nintendo 3DS™ this summer. Using the amazing technology around the 3DS, players will excavate abandoned Parisian tunnels, fight off enemies, and explore the Paris of yesteryear to find lost treasure, all with eye-popping 3D graphics without glasses.

In the trailer, players are introduced to some of the main characters and are given a glimpse of the fun art style and animations they can expect to see when the game launches. Based in 19 th century Paris, players will embark on an epic journey to uncover ancient treasures, believed to be that of Louis the XIV. Using ancient maps and gut instincts, players take the role of Dr. Jean-Pierre Lautrec, the smart and logical archaeologist. Also along for the ride is Sophie, his trusty student/assistant, who also serves as his more sociable half. Players will also get a sneak peak of a couple of Dr. Lautrec's nemesis' throughout the game - including one of the bosses and Jean and Paul, leaders of the crime syndicate, who are also racing to find the lost treasures. 

Doctor Lautrec and the Forgotten Knights is scheduled to be released in summer of 2011.  For more information, including access to the trailer and screenshots, please go to

www.konami.com/drlautrec 

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Media Contacts:

Brandon Cox

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.

310-220-8674

CB32603@konami.com  


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