XS GAMES COMMANDO: STEEL DISASTER BATTLES ITS WAY INTO RETAIL STORES NATIONWIDE

NEW YORK, NY. - September 2, 2008 - Videogame publisher XS Games along with developer Mana Computer Software announced today its new action game, Commando: Steel Disaster, for the Nintendo DS™ is now available at retailers nationwide. The game puts the player in the role of elite Commando Storm as he battles archrival Rattlesnake and his henchmen in a battle royale, putting an end to an evil plot for world domination.

A fast paced single player, 2D side-scroller, Commando: Steel Disaster is one of the most graphically rich games for the Nintendo DS. The title offers dramatic battle scenes, where up to 10 enemies can gang up at one time and attack in a variety of offensive patterns. The game features shocking boss characters, collectible items that can unlock hidden environments and challenging AI enemies that all add up to a very unique style of gameplay.

Commando: Steel Disaster has an ESRB rating of E10+ and a suggested retail price of $19.99. For more information, please visit http://bhimpact.gamespress.com/CommandoSteelDisaster

About XS Games

XS Games is a leading publisher of entertainment software with a quality portfolio of multiplatform games for the Wii™, PLAYSTATION®2, Nintendo DS™ and PC. XS Games has publishing operations across North America, Europe (France, Germany, Spain, UK) and Australia.

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