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Jade Empire
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Description

Travel across the world, from the harsh mountains of the Land of Howling Spirits to the lush gardens of the Imperial City. Face powerful human and supernatural foes. Learn exotic and magical martial arts. Discover the darkest secrets of the world. Only by mastering the greatest fighting styles and defeating the most powerful enemies will you earn your place as a master of martial arts in the world of Jade Empire.

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E3 Preview
Written by Tim Stevens on 05/27/04
With KOTOR II in good hands, Bioware has gone to the Far East for inspiration on their latest Xbox exclusive project, Jade Empire. Tim scoured E3 for more information and came up with a preview.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Xbox
PUBLISHER:
Microsoft
DEVELOPER:
BioWare
GENRE: RPG
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
April 14, 2005
ESRB RATING:
Mature
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