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Culdcept Saga (Xbox 360) Soundtrack Now on iTunes
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By VGGEN Staff 01/18/2008 16:51:02 PST

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Culdcept Saga

NAMCO BANDAI Games America, Inc. today announced that the official soundtrack for Culdcept™ SAGA, its upcoming strategy game for the Xbox 360®, is now available on the iTunes® Store (www.itunes.com). Composed by video game music icon Kenji Ito in conjunction with leading sound design studio Joedown, the soundtrack is available as two individual albums, “Road to SAGA” and “Road to Hope,” each consisting of 52 fully-orchestrated tracks. Both albums of the Culdcept SAGA soundtrack are available for download at a price of $9.99 each, or as individual songs for 99 cents per track.

Culdcept SAGA combines the luck and strategy of a board game with the depth of a trading card game to create a unique fusion of traditional turn-based play. In the game, players move around a game board and attempt to claim ownership of land squares while battling enemy monsters. Players can customize their own unique decks, choosing from nearly 500 hand-illustrated cards with fearsome monsters, powerful spells and useful equipment. New cards can be unlocked by playing through the game’s single player and multiplayer modes, and players can also venture online with custom decks to participate in strategic clashes for up to four players on Xbox LIVE®.

Culdcept SAGA will launch for the Xbox 360 on February 5, 2008 for a suggested retail price of $39.99. A single and multiplayer demo version of the game is currently available for download on the Xbox Live Marketplace. For more information on the game, please visit www.namcobandaigames.com

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