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Disaster: Day of Crisis Factsheet (E32006)

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Nathan Davison | May 11, 2006 at 11:00 pm CDT - 0 mins, 39 secs reading time
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FACT SHEET

Format: Wii™

Launch Date: TBA

ESRB: RP (Rating Pending)

Game Type: Action

Accessories: TBA

Players: TBA

Developer: Monolith

KEY INFORMATION

Survivenature's most devastating catastrophes in Disaster: Day of Crisis, apanic inducing survival game for Wii. In a devastatingly short periodof time, an unprecedented wave of natural disasters has pummeled theUnited States. On top of this inexplicable series of disasters, a roguespecial forces unit has taken advantage of the chaos and seized anuclear weapon. Only Ray, a former member of an elite rescue taskforce, has decided to take a stand.

Cutting-edge physics and gripping visuals  re-create the sheer terror of major catastrophes.Playersrace a car down a mountain to escape a roaring pyroclastic flow, dodgetoppling buildings during a devastating earthquake and swim for theirlives in a raging flood. No matter what happens, fight to survive.

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