Southpeak Introduces Off-Road Racing Mayhem with Two New ATV Offroad Fury Games For PlayStation®2 Computer Entertainment System and PSP? (Playstation®Portable) System

Best-selling ATV Offroad Fury franchise hits Europe in February.

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Southpeak Introduces Off-Road Racing Mayhem with Two New ATV Offroad Fury Games  For PlayStation®2 Computer Entertainment System and PSP™ (Playstation®Portable) System
LONDON, UK, January 25th 2006 ? Aggressive all-terrain racing returns as SouthPeak introduces ATV Offroad Fury® 3 for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and ATV Offroad Fury® Blazin? Trails for the PSP? (PlayStation®Portable) system. Developed by Climax and published by Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. in North America, both games are scheduled to ship in February 2006.

?We are extremely pleased to have two fantastic games from the best-selling ATV Offroad Fury franchise as part of our initial offerings for European consumers,? said Shane Dodson, Managing Director, SouthPeak Interactive Ltd. ?Climax has done a superb job of capturing the unpredictable thrill of off-road racing and translating it into two addictive video games.?

The third installment in the ATV Offroad Fury franchise, ATV Offroad Fury 3 provides free-roaming, offroad racing action across more than 40 massive environments featuring six different types of terrain. Through both on- and offline play, gamers can tear up the tracks in more than 24 ATVs, including six competing ATVs multiplayer modes, as well as compete in eight mini-games, such as Mountain Master and Treasure Hunt. A Garage Mode also allows players to upgrade and modify their ride with over 20 different components.

Taking the action offroad when players hit the road is ATV Offroad Fury Blazin? Trails for PSP system. Players climb aboard one of 24 quads, each with its own handling dynamics based upon speed, acceleration and stability and roar through multiple racing modes, including Career, Training, Lap Attack and Freeride. Exciting multiplayer action via Wi-Fi technology enables players to race against three players simultaneously and keep track of their results with an online scoreboard system.