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This article is about the 2004 Playstation 2 video game; for the 1980 arcade and Atari 2600 video game, see Berzerk.

Berserk: Millennium Falcon Hen Seima Senki no Shō (ベルセルク 千年帝国の鷹篇 聖魔戦記の章 Beruseruku Sennen no Teikoku Taka Hen Seima Senki no Shō?) is the second video game based on the manga Berserk. It was released by Sega-Sammy in Japan on the PlayStation 2 on October 7, 2004. Sammy has licensed it to YBM-Sisa for a Korean version which was made available at the same time.

Its predecessor, Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage, was released on Dreamcast by ASCII in 1999. Both Berserk video games were created by the Japanese developer Yuke's.


The game's story covers part of the Millennium Falcon Arc from the manga volumes 22 to 27. With its more detailed polygonal models, it is visually more sophisticated than its five years' predecessor on Sega Dreamcast. The maps are much larger than in the first game. Motion Capture process was used for added realism in character moves. Voice dubbing was made with the original anime TV series cast.


The Berserk Millennium Falcon Arc: Chapter of the Holy Demon War original soundtrack (ベルセルク 千年帝国の鷹篇 魔戦記の章~ Original Game Soundtrack?) was and released on November 25, 2004 in Japan by Vap and ULF Records. Susumu Hirasawa, who did the music for the anime, composed Sign as the opening movie theme, and also made a remix of it for the end theme entitled Sign-2. Both tracks were produced by Chaos Union. However, the majority of the game's soundtrack was created by other composers namely, Shinya Chikamori, Hiroshi Watanabe, Yasushi Hasegawa and Tomoyo Nishimoto, all of them are Sound Ams produced artists.


Two different releases were made in Japan, a collector Branded Box Limited Edition special package including a Guts action figure created by the famous Japanese manufacturer Art of War, and the cheaper, regular Standard Edition. In Republic of Korea, the Korean subtitled standard edition was bundled with the action figure in small quantities, only offered to pre-ordering customers. The Korean and Japanese versions were both released the same day. The soundtrack to the game was also sold separately.

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