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August 26 2003

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds has shipped! The videogame is now available to buy on all three systems.

Good luck finding a copy though: everyone I talked to said it was sold out.

That's not going to stop me from getting it at my local favorite videogame store here in Los Angeles, which should have plenty of copies in stock. :)
My places dont even have it. Lousy Michigan. do any department stores have it that anybody knows of (walmart, shopko)
Best Buy.
Toys R Us.
Gamestop.
Electronics Boutique.
FYE.
BTW, here's a list of characters available in multiplayer mode (found here): "Buffy, Xander, Willow, Faith, Spike, Sid, Male vampire, Female vampire, Zombie skeleton, Tara Maclay, Zombie Demon, Zombie Devil, Bat Beast, Materani, Psycho patient, S&M Slave, S&M Mistress, Kakistos, Zombie Soldier, Chainz, Abominator, Zombie Gorilla, Chris (From Mutant Enemy), Joss Whedon"
Chris Buchanan and Joss are playable characters? Now I'm definitely going to have to pick this up. ;)
Dang. Was hoping that Giles would be available in multiplay, if only to have a nice deathmatch against Willow. Oh, and could someone who gets this let me know if the cut scenes are subtitled or not? Thanks.
I doubt that the game is available today (Tuesday). I just called my favorite store and they're getting the game in the same shipment as Soul Calibur II (which like Chaos Bleeds streets on Wednesday, and like Chaos Bleeds will also be available on PS2, Gamecube, and Xbox) by noontime. From the sound of things, it's going to be a rather crazy videogame shopping day on Wednesday!
Ha vindication. Oh they mocked when I said Joss was a playable character.

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