ALL MySims Take To The Skies In Latest Adventure

The MySims return with a new game that will see them take to the skies to stop Morcubus in an all new flying action-adventure titled MySims SkyHeroes.

The thrill and high-speed action of flying meets the creative, immersive world of MySims. The EA Play Label of Electronic Arts today announced MySims SkyHeroesTM, a new flying action-adventure and the next installment from the MySims franchise is in development for WiiTM, Nintendo DSTM, and for the first time, the Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system and PlayStation3 computer entertainment system.

"MySims games have truly become favorites among kids, families and gamers alike, so we have challenged ourselves to take development to the next level and deliver a new style of adventure for fans with game features and MySims-style fun that can be enjoyed equally by all," said Scott Evans, General Manager of the The Sims Studio. "We are thrilled to have many firsts with MySims SkyHeroes, like introducing epic boss battles, cooperative gameplay missions and online multiplayer, all available for the very first time in any MySims game."

In MySims SkyHeroes, players take to the sky to lead the resistance against Morcubus and his drone army and to stop his plans to take over the skyways. Starting as an unknown pilot, players fight to become a celebrated hero as they defeat dangerous enemies in aerial combat, test their reflexes in fast-paced speed challenges, and take on massive enemy bosses that demand all their skills as a pilot to survive. As they progress, players build, customize and tune their aircraft to give them an edge in combat - upgrade wings for swifter maneuvers, switch out the engine for a speed boost, or change the paint job to camouflage the plane and avoid enemy fire.

Developed by The Sims Studio in the EA Play Label, MySims SkyHeroes is scheduled to be available worldwide Autumn 2010.

Posted on 05-08-2010 by Chris


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