Activision to publish Lost Kingdoms worldwide

Western GameCube fans look set to receive this peculiar Japanaese ARPG

Source - press release

Activision has announced its plans to publish action RPG Lost Kingdoms on the GameCube worldwide (excluding Japan, Korea and China). Lost Kingdoms concerns the plight of the five Kingdoms of Argwyll, which are being threatened by a deadly menace that Princess Katia - the player's character - wants to put a stop to. Players find and gather guardian creatures cards that hold magical powers perfect for use on the battlefield against the endless hordes of monsters that stand between her and her goal. The game also features a two player versus mode so that players can pit their guardian creature card collections against one another.

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