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Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams Goes Gold

Empire Interactive and SANRIO Digital announce that development on Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams for Nintendo DS has been completed. Hello Kitty is the pop culture icon from SANRIO. SANRIO fans will soon be able to take on the role of Hello Kitty as she sets out from her beloved home in Sanrio Town and begins a new adventure in The Big City. It's in players' hands to help Hello Kitty get from her small starter apartment into her dream penthouse by playing mini-games, making friends, and earning friendship points. Shipping November 11, 2008, Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams has an ESRB rating of "E" for "Everyone".

Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams offers two unique, yet complementary styles of play: exploration and mini-game. Exploration mode offers players the chance to take control of Hello Kitty and explore a 3D city, complete with streets, buildings, shops, neighborhood characters, and public transportation that Hello Kitty can ride. Different locations within the city will trigger a variety of mini-games for Hello Kitty to play. Completing these mini-games will earn friendship points which Hello Kitty can then use to ride the bus or train, purchase new outfits and items, decorate and customize her apartment, and progress in her journey. In order to keep her friends happy, Hello Kitty will have to stay in touch by checking her mail frequently.

Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams will be distributed by Atari in North America under the terms of an exclusive, multi-year distribution deal between Atari and Empire Interactive which was signed in August, 2008.



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