Konami Ships Coded Arms: Contagion, Dewy’s Adventure

Coded Arms: Contagion Dewy's Adventure

Konami has a solid duo of new titles hitting store shelves in North America today, including Coded Arms: Contagion for the PSP and Dewy’s Adventure for the Wii.

Coded Arms: Contagion is the sequel to the PSP’s first FPS, Coded Arms, featuring a brand new storyline, 8-player online support and a fully customizable control scheme. Contagion is in stores now for $29.99.

“For fans of the Coded Arms franchise, we’ve enhanced the first person shooter experience by introducing exciting new elements of puzzle-solving and strategy into the gameplay,” said Anthony Crouts, Vice President of Marketing for Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. “Fans familiar with the original game can also expect an array of new weapons, firearms and explosives to choose from.”

Dewy’s Adventure, the latest adventure from the creators of Elebits, follows the story of an adorable drop of water named Dewy as he takes on the evil Don Hedron, who has corrupted the Elder Tree and shrouded the once tranquil land in shadow. As Dewy, you’ll use various gestures with the Wii Remote to harness the power of the elements and tilt the surrounding landscapes through six fun stages. Pick up Dewy’s Adventure now for $49.99.

“With the release of Dewy’s Adventure, the creative team behind Elebits has delivered yet another innovative title for the Nintendo WiiTM.” said Anthony Crouts, Vice President of Marketing for Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. “An action adventure at heart, Dewy’s Adventure is a gem of a family-friendly game with an environmentally aware twist that is sure to please gamers of all ages.”

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