D3Publisher's Smash Hit Ben 10: Protector of Earth Sells 2.5 Million Units Worldwide.LOS ANGELES Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. -- D3Publisher (D3P), a publisher and developer of interactive entertainment software, today announced that its phenomenally successful action platformer Ben 10: Protector of Earth has sold 2.5 million units worldwide. Based on the top-rated Cartoon Network For Cartoon Network outside of the United States, see .
Cartoon Network is a cable television network created by Turner Broadcasting which primarily shows animated programming. original series that has become a favorite among boys, the game allows players to take on the role of hero Ben Tennyson, who uses the DNA-scrambling Omnitrix to morph into different alien forms and protect the Earth from danger. Ben 10: Protector of Earth is currently available on store shelves nationwide for the suggested retail price of $19.95 for the Wii[TM] home video game system, PlayStation[R]2 computer entertainment system, Nintendo DS
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"We are thrilled to see the strong consumer response to Ben 10: Protector of Earth and the continual climb in sales demonstrates the dedication of fans around the globe to this tremendous franchise," said Yoji Takenaka, president and chief executive officer, North America North America, third largest continent (1990 est. pop. 365,000,000), c.9,400,000 sq mi (24,346,000 sq km), the northern of the two continents of the Western Hemisphere. and Europe, D3P. "We look forward to even greater success with the recently released sequel, BEN 10 ALIEN FORCE The Game."
"Having our first-ever Ben 10 interactive game be as successful as it has is a huge accomplishment for us and this is another milestone of which we're very proud," said Christina Miller, vice president, Cartoon Network Enterprises, the network's global licensing division. "We look forward to continued success as we build the brand's interactive franchise with a great partner in D3."
In Ben 10: Protector of Earth, the first game based on the Cartoon Network series, players take on the role of Ben Tennyson and, using the power of the alien Omnitrix device that has attached itself to Ben's wrist, become the only everyday kid to take on super powers and change into alien forms as they save the world through the game's diverse challenges, puzzles and skirmishes.
BEN 10 ALIEN FORCE The Game, the highly anticipated follow-up to Ben 10: Protector of Earth, was released on October 28, 2008. Just like in the Cartoon Network television series on which it is based, the sequel begins five years after Ben put away the DNA-scrambling Omnitrix. The planet Earth is in grave danger once again, so gamers must help Ben take the Omnitrix out of retirement and lead eight different playable characters--including cousin Gwen, enemy-turned-ally Kevin Levin and five of Ben's brand new alien forms--Swampfire, Jet Ray, Humungousaur, Spidermonkey and Big Chill--to utilize their all-new super powers and defeat the intergalactic in·ter·ga·lac·tic
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in invaders! The Nintendo DS[TM] version will offer alternate playable alien forms including Goop, Echo Echo and ChromaStone, giving players additional unique powers to command and explore. BEN 10 ALIEN FORCE The Game is available at retail stores across North America for the Wii for the suggested retail price of $39.95, and for the PlayStation 2 system, Nintendo DS and PSP system for the suggested retail price of $29.95.
For more information about BEN 10 ALIEN FORCE The Game, please visit the official website at www.Ben10theVideogame.com.
About Cartoon Network Enterprises:
Cartoon Network Enterprises (CNE (Certified NetWare Engineer) See Novell certification. ), the global branding and merchandising arm of Cartoon Network, is charged with building consumer product franchises for Cartoon Network, its brands and characters from the channel's growing library of award-winning original programming. CNE also works to secure and support long-term licensee partnerships across all key merchandising categories. The division currently offers consumer product programs for an array of animation franchises including Ben 10, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (sometimes called Foster's for short, and abbreviated as "FHIF"/"FHFIF") is an Emmy Award-Winning American animated television series created and produced at Cartoon Network Studios by animator Craig McCracken, who also created , Chowder chowder, stew of fish or shellfish with potatoes, onions, and pork (usually salt pork), thickened with crumbled hard bread. The name chowder seems to have originated from the French word chaudière , The Secret Saturdays, The Powerpuff Girls, [adult swim] and more, as well as serves as licensing agent for Nelvana Enterprises and Spin Master's Bakugan brand.
Cartoon Network (CartoonNetwork.com), currently seen in more than 97 million U.S. homes and 166 countries around the world, is Turner Broadcasting System Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (often abbreviated TBS Networks or TBS, inc.) is the company managing the collection of cable networks and properties started by Robert Edward "Ted" Turner from the mid-1970s to the late-1990s. , Inc.'s ad-supported cable service offering the best in original, acquired and classic animated entertainment for kids and families. Overnight from 11 p.m.-6 a.m. (ET, PT), Cartoon Network shares its channel space with Adult Swim, a late-night destination showcasing original and acquired animation for young adults 18-34.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.
D3Publisher, a subsidiary of D3, Inc., is a leading interactive entertainment publisher and distributor for licensed and original titles for personal computers, major console platforms and handheld systems. D3Publisher has operations in the U.S., U.K., and Japan. The company also owns development studio Vicious Cycle Software Vicious Cycle Software is a video game development company based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States. History
Vicious Cycle was founded in 2000 by Eric Peterson, Dave Ellis, Marc Racine and Wayne Harvey after layoffs at the local MicroProse development studio , Inc., and its technology platform, Vicious Engine. Recent releases have included Dark Sector[R], Dead Head Fred Dead Head Fred is a 2007 action and horror themed PlayStation Portable video game, published by D3 Publisher and developed by Vicious Cycle Software.
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