Added: (Wed Dec 06 2000)

Pressbox (Press Release) - December 6th 2000 – Fox Interactive announced today that its highly anticipated game, No One Lives Forever will be available at retail stores nationwide on December 8th. This first-person, action-adventure PC title takes players around the world in a captivating game of espionage in the sexy, stylish and sophisticated setting of the 1960s.

No One Lives Forever has already garnered critical acclaim and stellar reviews from game reviewers around the world. The title is receiving top scores in gaming magazines and online news sites including Games Domain, PC Gear and PC Gameplay.

“No One Lives Forever is a refreshing first-person game that offers players a great storyline, fun game play and a dash of 60s humour,” stated James Scalpello, Brand Manager, Fox Interactive. “We are hoping that this title is the beginning of not only a great gaming franchise, but the birth of a fantastic entertainment brand.”

Taking on the role of Agent Cate Archer, a beautiful but deadly female operative working for an international anti-terrorist organization called UNITY, players are challenged to complete intense assignments in foreign locations throughout the world. Agent Archer must use her charm and espionage training to find a way to stop the outlaw megalomaniacs of the H.A.R.M. terrorist group.

In this thrilling spy adventure, Agent Archer must use her wits, cunning and stealth to navigate and survive. In addition to looks that kill, this leading lady packs over 30 unique weapons and gadgets including a missile-launching briefcase, robotic pheromone poodles, exploding lipstick, lock-pick barrettes and lethal acid perfume.

A Model Citizen

Fox Interactive has taken an innovative approach to No One Lives Forever by casting a real-life face as its muse for the game. Fox utilised its Feature Film casting department and conducted a worldwide casting search for the perfect Agent Archer. Beautiful women from around the world were interviewed before the piercing blue-eyed Elite model, Mitzi Martin, was selected to be the muse for the sexy and mysterious Agent Cate Archer. Martin has appeared in commercials for L’Oreal, Maybelline and Lubriderm and has worked with the industry’s top photographers, including Herb Ritts, Patrick DeMarchellier and Mathew Rolston.

Groovy Tunes Baby!

No One Lives Forever is a two-disc product that includes the game and an accompanying original music disc entitled, “In the Lounge.” The 60’s inspired “In the Lounge” music tracks feature artists from the Fox Interactive and Indiespace.com Music Search plus eight new and original spy-inspired tracks including the game’s theme song, “The Operative.”

Hundreds of unsigned bands from around the world submitted music for the chance to be introduced to a mainstream gaming audience. Up and coming musical acts Red Delicious and Archie Thompson were chosen to headline the highly anticipated soundtrack. The theme song as well as the eight new tracks were created by Los Angeles-based studio musicians and personally selected by the game’s Producer, Chris Miller.

No One Lives Forever is developed by Seattle-based Monolith Productions. The game will be available at retail from December 8th at an estimated retail price of £29.99.

About Fox Interactive
Recognized as an innovative industry leader, Fox Interactive, an operating unit of Fox Filmed Entertainment, a News Corporation company, is committed to developing a full range of bold and engaging interactive entertainment. The company creates computer and video game software based on Fox franchises as well as new and original properties. Some of Fox Interactive games currently released include Alien Resurrection, Die Hard Trilogy and CROC 2 for the PlayStation, the top selling PC hit Aliens versus Predator Gold, Sanity, The X-Files, The Simpsons Cartoon Studio and Virtual Springfield. Check out Fox’s upcoming games at Fox Interactive’s website at http://www.foxinteractive.com.

For more details, please contact Sonia O'Keeffe at Bastion Ltd.,
020 7490 1323

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