LifeLine site launches
Konami opens an official Web site for its voice-activated PS2 adventure game, which, among other things, offers a PC demo of the game.
Konami has today launched its official LifeLine Web site, which, among other things, gives visitors the opportunity to download a PC demo of the upcoming voice-activated adventure game. Players will obviously need a microphone to play the demo, and Konami has clearly stated that the PC demo is designed only to show players how the game's voice-recognition system works, and it does not mean that a PC version of the game will be released in the future.
Other content on offer at the official LifeLine Web site includes character profiles, a game overview, storyline details, a producer interview, and screenshots of movies of the game in action. For more information on LifeLine, which is currently scheduled for release on the PS2 in North America early next month, check out our previous coverage of the game.
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