OVERTURN: MECHA WARS Sneak Peak-1.052009-10-20 22:11:28dascrowGAMEBRIDGE Ltd., today announce that Overturn: Mecha Wars, Studio Zan’s much anticipated mech title, will be shown to the public for the very first time in Europe at the London MCM Expo. The expo will take place between 24-25th October at the ExCeL Centre, London As announced and showcased to the selected few press and media at the Nintendo WiiWare summit (Frankfurt, Germany) in spring this year Overturn: Mecha Wars is a tournament based mech game where two challengers go head to head. Tournament consists of 6 classes: Rookie, Novice, Elite, Ace, Grand and Master classes. Games take place within closed battle fields with the contestants controlling futurist machines that are equipped with a host of high tech weapons. The aim of the game is to blast your opponent using the 19 available weapons, while trying to avoid their incoming attacks, aiming to be the last one standing. Feature . Go head to head in a closed arena in a fire fight to the end, letting lose a barrage of attacks from a range of futuristic weapons. . Customise each of the eight machines with weapons of your choice and by also changing the colours of each part, ready to take on the next challenger. Go head to head with a friend locally (split screen) or via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection (2-4 players) to face off against the best players in the worl . Join the world rankings to see how you stack up against the best. See what it feels like to maneuver a mech by shifting your weight around on the Wii Balance Board! “We are thrilled to be launching Overturn at the MCM expo, it is the perfect launch pad for this title as it attracts thousands of avid fans of all things Japanese, especially the Mecha fans. We hope this game will give a boost to not only Mecha fans out there but also to the WiiWare audience” says Logan Gunasingham, Gamebridge’s Product Manager Players at the expo will get the chance to experience the game in its full glory, including the use of the Wii Balance board™ for a unique Wiiware experience. “We’re very pleased that European Wii gamers will finally be able to experience Overturn Mecha Wars. The staff at Studio Zan regularly plays online and we look forward to going up against the players in Europe” enthused Makoto Sunaga, CEO of Studio Zan. Further details on the game will follow earlier next month.