Majesco's video game lineup is comprised of wholly-owned intellectual properties, strong mass market brands and classic movie-based properties that appeal to a wide demographic. E3 marks the public debut of two next-generation titles: Demonik, developed by Terminal Reality in collaboration with horror mastermind Clive Barker and Tiger Hill Games, and The Darkness, from award-winning development team, Starbreeze Studios, creators of The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay. Majesco is also showcasing several games based on high profile entertainment properties including Aeon Flux, Taxi Driver and Jaws Unleashed, developed by award-winning Appaloosa Interactive. In addition, both Advent Rising for Xbox and PC and Psychonauts for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system will be featured on the floor.
Majesco will debut several flagship properties on the Sony PSP handheld system and Nintendo DS, including Black & White Creatures, Infected, Advent Shadow, Bust-A-Move DS, Guilty Gear Judgment, Guilty Gear Dust Strikers, Nanostray, Texas Hold 'Em Poker DS, Golden Nugget Casino DS, A Boy and His Blob and ATV Quad Frenzy.
Majesco also has a full schedule of appearances and promotions planned for its E3 booth. In anticipation of the Memorial Day launch of Advent Rising, Majesco is offering E3 attendees a chance to win $5,000 as a precursor to the official start of its Advent Rising's "Race to Save Humanity" million dollar play-and-win contest which kicks off June 9th. Other booth highlights include: appearances by best selling author Clive Barker and Aeon Flux creator Peter Chung, an Infected deathmatch tournament on the PSP handheld system, multiple JAWS Unleashed "feeding times," Infected zombie "makeovers," and much more.
"Our compelling lineup of premium and value games, cool gadgets and mass market video content reflects our commitment to delivering high quality entertainment," said Jesse Sutton, president of Majesco Entertainment. "These unique offerings from each of our product lines exemplify our vision for the future and reinforce our overall position as a growing powerhouse in digital entertainment."
Representing its Videos product line, Majesco is showcasing key properties from Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Disney Channel and others. Game Boy Advance Video utilizes Majesco's platform independent proprietary video compression technology that allows full-color, full-motion video to be viewed on the handheld system.
Majesco will also feature unique offerings from its Gadgets division, including the public introduction of Wireless TV Arcade. These devices are the first plug-and-play products that do not require controller wires and are effective up to 40 feet away from the television. Majesco's Wireless TV Arcade products include: Frogger, Texas Hold 'Em Poker and Paintball Challenge, among others.
In addition, Majesco is demonstrating exciting new wireless networking and communications technologies for the Sony PSP handheld system and Nintendo DS. These technologies offer more fun and ease of use while lending new connectivity and communication options to the next generation of handheld systems.
Majesco's booth is located in the South Hall, #846 and additional information about the Company's E3 2005 product line-up can be found online at http://www.majescoentertainment.com.