“ENCLAVEâ€â€“ Fantasy highlight on the way

Frankfurt, Germany, 6th August 2009– Today the German production house Village1 Entertainment officially announce workings on the project“ENCLAVE” for Nintendo Wii. Based on many requests from the fantasy community, Village1 Entertainment decided to support this exciting fantasy production. The Wii version is guaranteed to offer all features of former brand releases and will contain new features in addition to previous versions. Due to an experienced team the game is already in an advanced development stage and will prospective hit the shelves beginning of 2010.

“ENCLAVE” is a fantasy action epos charged with spectacular fights and many RPG elements. In the beginning the player takes control of a fearless knight fighting his way out of a mysterious fortress. While the player can switch between both First Person and Third Person Modus his goal is to defend the lone city of Celenheim from the dark Outlanders preparing to invade. Underlined with a dramatic Hollywood like soundtrack "ENCLAVE" is set to offer plenty of gaming hours.

During the game the player has the possibility to pick further characters as rogues, elves and magicians. All characters are using a spectacular combat system, can wear hundreds of unique armour pieces and can be equipped with both melee and range weapons. The character selection is very important since every mission has unique challenges and unexpected twists.

Martin Szymanski

International Marketing&Sales Manager

IEM Consulting | Interactive Entertainment&Multimedia

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