?System Rush? for the N-Gage introduces a neon-drenched future where you can hack into the world?s most corrupt corporate networks. With up to 15 (10 offline, 5 online) co-vecs (code-vehicles) at your disposal, race through hostile Globenet systems in search of evidence to absolve you of the warrant for your arrest.
?System Rush? is proud to introduce two of the five corrupt corporate networks available in the game ? KGBX and Highlife Pharmaceuticals.
A commercial offshoot of the now defunct Russian security service, KGBX offers surveillance and counter-surveillance services; offensive and defensive electronic warfare systems.
KGBX is a major player in the GlobeNet security market and developer of some of the most destructive seek-and-destroy software available. Stories persist that a number of freelance hackers have had their brains fried after failing to eject from their GlobeNet neural link after attempting to hack and steal KGBX code from their central database. Mess with KGBX and you can expect a whole lot of trouble!
About Highlife Pharmaceuticals
Highlife has become one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies with major operations throughout South America. From a somewhat shady past in lifestyle medicines, the company produces a wide range of stress relief products for the mass market.
Highlife Research's parent company purchased wide swaths of South American rain forests, and farmed extensively for new plant extracts. Highlife has ceased trading its flagship product, Feel-Good(TM) Triple Max Strength, pending an FDA investigation into the chemical composition of this best-selling product.
Developed by Ideaworks3D, ?System Rush? is packed with rich multiplayer features, enabling up to two players to race via Bluetooth connection or three on the N-Gage Arena.
"System Rush" is scheduled to be in retail stores this summer.
I can tell you now guys- this game looks EXCELLENT!