E3 2001 Preshow Report: Microsoft to publish Bruce Lee games

Microsoft has announced a partnership deal with Universal Interactive to publish games based on the famous martial artist.

Microsoft issued a press release this morning, detailing its new agreement with Universal Interactive, which gives the Xbox manufacturer exclusive worldwide rights to publish games featuring the popular martial artist, Bruce Lee.

The first game to come as a result of this deal is Bruce Lee: Quest of the Dragon, which will be published for the Xbox. The game is currently being developed by Ronin Entertainment, a California-based development house that has also worked on Star Wars: Force Commander for the PC. Not much is known about the game's specifics, though the developer is positioning the game as a "cinematic, fast-paced action game."

We'll have more on Quest of the Dragon as E3 gets underway.

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