Gameloft, a leading publisher and developer of video games for mobile phones, today announced that it has entered into a partnership with world renowned NBA all-star and champion, Kobe Bryant to develop Gameloft’s Kobe Bryant Pro Basketball 2008. The game promises to bring the most spectacular 5-on-5 experience with monster dunks and bone-crushing blocks that have never before been seen on mobile phone devices. Kobe Bryant Pro Basketball 2008 will be available on all major carriers in time for the start of the 2007-2008 NBA season.
“Working with Gameloft to develop the most intense mobile version of the sport that I love to play has been a great process,” said Kobe Bryant. “The up-tempo gameplay and attention to detail that Gameloft has implemented in this mobile game match some of the characteristics of my game – it’s a great fit.”
“Much like Kobe Bryant is the premier basketball player on the planet, our game is aiming to be the pinnacle of mobile basketball games” said Gonzague de Vallois, vice president of publishing, Gameloft. “Involving Kobe Bryant and integrating his expertise with our proven success in creating great games will undoubtedly result in a mobile game MVP.”
Easily the most recognizable NBA player currently on the court, Kobe Bryant is a three-time NBA champion and nine-time NBA All-star. Kobe Bryant Pro Basketball 2008 is more than just your ordinary 5-on-5 basketball sim as it incorporates an exclusive game breaker system which allows you to oversize your dunks, launch amazing alley hoops and many more, all by pressing the 5 key at the right time. The gamer breaker system is the first of its kind in any mobile game. Players can master this technique and advance their way into the finals. Kobe Bryant Pro Basketball 2008 also features an advanced stats tracking system to keep track of all of your players’ stats in hopes that one of them will be selected for the All-Star Game.
Kobe Bryant Pro Basketball adds to Gameloft’s impressive roster of growing sport licenses that also include Derek Jeter Pro Baseball and Reggie Bush Pro Football.
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