Bellevue, Wash. - October 14, 2003 - Kemco U.S.A announced today that the stealth-based action adventure title, Rogue Ops has gone gold. Rogue Ops will make its debut on the Xbox® video game system from Microsoft, the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and Nintendo GameCube on October 28, 2003. Developed by Bits Studios Ltd., the intense stealth thriller featuring the vivacious vixen Nikki Connors, thrusts players into an underground world of terrorist organizations and black ops missions.
Rogue Ops, a 3rd person action adventure title, unfolds with the hair-raising life story of ex-Green Beret, Nikki Connors, and the ghastly murders of both her husband and daughter. Vowing to avenge of her familys death, Nikki sets out on a personal mission to bring down the members of Omega 19, the terrorist organization she believes is responsible. As Nikki begins her quest for vengeance, Project Phoenix, the most covert anti-terrorist organization on the planet, approaches, and successfully signs, Ms. Connors as their newest team member. With her new Phoenix associates alongside, it is now time for Nikki to use whatever means necessary to infiltrate and destroy the enemy forces that killed her family.
With a host of engaging missions and locations ranging from Uzbekistan to Budapest, Rogue Ops compelling storyline unfolds across eight chapters each with distinctive obstacles, characters and environments. In order to work her way through each of these perilous missions, Nikki must utilize innovative stealth combat capabilities, as well as a slew of weapons and special tools that are available to her.
For additional information about Kemcos Rogue Ops check out the games dedicated Web site at www.rogueops.com
Since 1984, Kemco has produced over 100 titles, including the popular Top Gear racing games and the Crazy Castle series for a wide variety of video game platforms. An original Nintendo licensee, Kemco works closely with DC Comics, Warner Bros. and Universal Studios on ongoing video game projects. Currently, Kemcos development teams are creating games for Nintendo GameCube and Game Boy® Advance as well as Sony PlayStation®2 and the Xbox® video game system from Microsoft.