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‘Bourne Ultimatum’ on mobile phones

ivendi Games Mobile, a division of Vivendi Games, today announced it is bringing Robert Ludlum’s best-selling novel, The Bourne Ultimatum, to mobile subscribers in time for the upcoming movie to hit theaters in North America August 3. “The Bourne Ultimatum” mobile game is now available on phones worldwide and is part of Vivendi Games’ cross-platform release strategy based on the Company’s exclusive global license with Ludlum Entertainment. Robert Ludlum’s “The Bourne Conspiracy” video game from Vivendi Games’ Sierra Entertainment division will be available on console in summer 2008.

Gamers and fans of the Bourne franchise will experience the intense world of Jason Bourne in this mobile title. The powerful journey will have players rushing through the streets of New York, Moscow, London, and Tangier as a rogue operative attacking waves of ruthless enemies both on foot and speeding motorcycle.

“The best-selling spy novel, “The Bourne Ultimatum,” by Robert Ludlum provides the perfect inspiration for an action-packed and intense mobile game,” said Paul Maglione, president of Vivendi Games Mobile. “Coinciding with the release of the latest movie, players will be able to experience the full rush and thrills of being Jason Bourne, the same way they are portrayed on the big screen.”

The game features a fully interactive environment allowing players to strategically use floors, doors, walls, and otherfeatures to take cover and wreak havoc on foes. The game also features bright, vibrant graphics and newly reworked music from Robert Ludlum’s Bourne films.

With 16 increasingly challenging levels of non-stop action, players dispatch the numerous adversaries that pursue them. The game features complex and exciting stages, and players have to run, jump, duck, and dive to survive. Players have access to four highly potent weapons as well as the ability to engage in hand-to-hand combat, disarm enemies, pick up ordinary objects as weapons and use them defensively.