SEGA and Disney Interactive today announced Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse, the 3D reimagining of the original 1991 SEGA Genesis classic, is now available for download. In addition, Deep Silver announced the release of the ‘Tower Pack’ – the second piece of add-on content for 4A Games’ critically acclaimed Metro: Last Light.
Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse is available worldwide for digital download today for PlayStation®Network and tomorrow, September 4th on the Xbox Live online entertainment network from Microsoft for Xbox 360, and for Windows PC digital download for $14.99USD/£ 9.99/€14.99.
John Cheng, President and COO, SEGA of America, said:
“We enjoyed working closely with Disney Interactive to update this classic title. Whether they played the original on the SEGA Genesis or just discovering it for the first time, we really hope the fans will find our re-imagining of Castle of Illusion a magical experience.”
When the evil witch Mizrabel kidnaps Minnie, it’s up to Mickey to brave the dangers of the Castle of Illusion and journey through five fantastical worlds to rescue Minnie. Players will have to gather their courage and take on hordes of rebellious toys, traverse enchanted forests and navigate mazes of living books to save Minnie from Mizrabel’s evil clutches.
Metro: Last Light’s The Tower Pack, on the other hand, represents a fearsome challenge for every Metro fan. Players have to fight their way up through a heavily guarded tower, a virtual combat simulator. Each level is increasingly difficult – packed with hordes of enemies, mutants and other deadly threats. The best players in this combat simulator will need to master Metro’s unique, hand-made weaponry and deep combat mechanics in order to reach the top of the global leaderboards.
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