Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon out tomorrow on the Nintendo Wii

Thursday 18th March 2010: Leading videogames publisher Rising Star Games is pleased to confirm that fantasy adventure game Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon will be in stores tomorrow (19th March), available exclusively for the Nintendo Wii.

In Fragile Dreams gamers take on the role of an abandoned young boy named Seto, the sole survivor in a world filled with ruined buildings and deserted train stations that's plagued by monsters and disembodied ghosts. His quest is to find survivors from the seemingly unknown event that has devastated the world he lives in.

Developer tri-Crescendo has created a beautiful post apocalyptic vision of Japan where gamers can immerse themselves in the desolation of the world and experience the acute sense of loss the lead character is experiencing.

While exploring the world, gamers must fight off ghosts and monsters with the Wiimote, which also doubles up as a flashlight and helps to solve puzzles. Throughout the game the microphone emits eerie sounds and instructions to help Seto locate items throughout the game.

"Rising Star Games is committed to bringing the best games from the east to the west and this is typified by Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon," says Martin Defries, managing director, Rising Star Games. "Crucially the game is continuing to expand the type of product available for the Wii and that's why we think it's important to bring Fragile Dreams to market in Europe."

The game is highly anticipated and has already received a 31/40 Famitsu score in its native Japan, becoming one of the top selling games during its week of release.

Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon launches tomorrow (19th March) exclusively on the Nintendo Wii.

Screenshots and artwork can be downloaded directly here.

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For further information, screenshots and press samples (when available), please contact:

Ali Wood (Premier PR)

ali.wood@premierpr.com

Yen Hau (Rising Star Games)

yen.hau@risingstargames.com

France - Namco Bandai Partners

Emilie Berndt

eberndt@namcobandaipartners.com

Germany - Koch Media

Andrea Stepper

A.Stepper@kochmedia.com

Spain - Namco Bandai Partners

David Fraile La Ossa

dfraile@namcobandaipartners.com

Italy - Cidiverte

Giovanna Cosentino

gcosentino@cidiverte.it

Benelux - CLD Distribution

Philippe Coopmans

philippe@cld.be

Nordic - Bergsala

Johan Lenngerd

johan.lenngerd@bergsala.se

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About Rising Star Games

Rising Star Games Limited is a video games publisher for Microsoft Xbox 360, Nintendo DS™ and Wii™, Sony PS3 and PSP™ in the PAL territory. A joint venture between Japanese video game publisher and content developer Intergrow Inc and long standing Nintendo Nordic distributor Bergsala AB, Rising Star Games is now in its sixth year of trading and has published more than 50 titles including the worldwide hit series Harvest Moon alongside the renowned renegade Nintendo Wii title, No More Heroes. For more information please go to www.risingstargames.com.

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