Rise of the Argonauts Website Goes Live With New Trailer


Now that Codemasters has released its two big titles for the first part of this year — GRID and Turning Point — focus now shifts to the lineup for the last half of the year. Atop the list of high profile games Codemasters has in the works is Rise of the Argonauts, the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 action-RPG telling the tale of Jason and the Argonauts’ epic quest for the Golden Fleece.

“We want players to be completely immersed in Jason’s epic adventure, to feel like they are Jason and to connect with him in a tangible way,” commented Ed Del Castillo, President of Liquid Entertainment. “By revolutionizing the action RPG with a slick, exhilarating combat system, drawing upon rich stories and profound characters from classical literature and removing invasive health bars and stop-start menu systems, players are visually and emotionally absorbed into the game world. The result is an RPG experience that is much more captivating, enthralling and ultimately, entertaining.”

For an early glimpse of how captivating, enthralling and entertaining Rise of the Argonauts is shaping up to be, head over to the newly launched official website at www.rise-of-the-argonauts.com. There you’ll find a brand spankin’ new CG trailer, among other content.

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