D.N.A., Variety is The Splice Of Life.

Dark Native Apostle splices all the very best elements of adventure games and clones them into one slick package.

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This July will see the release of the most comprehensive arcade adventure game on the PlayStation 2. D.N.A. - Dark Native Apostle, marries all the very best elements of the third-person adventure genre with a dark comic book style.

Showcasing the same visuals that made Jetset Radio such a unique hit on the Dreamcast, D.N.A. is a visual treat. The game will be the first game on PlayStation 2 to use flat textures, or cell shading, to give a graphical look that sets it apart from similar titles.

D.N.A. proves that beauty isn't only skin-deep. Complex and challenging puzzles will give the gamer pause for thought between the highly-charged action. Expect brain-flexing conundrums alongside heart stopping action.

To provide that ultimate hook for playability, the gamer must also seek out upgrades for his power suit. Each 'Biochip' that scatters the varied levels adds an extra super-power ability to the character's portfolio. These in turn need to be used to solve physical puzzles and progress further into the game.


Distinctive visual style for the PlayStation 2
Fast responsive gameplay
Unique Biochip power-up system
Varied puzzle to test both mind and reflexes
Strong manga plot for an engaging storyline

D.N.A. is developed by Hudsonsoft and will be published by Virgin Interactive in June 2001 for the Playstation 2.