The Licensed Publisher Agreement for the PSP grants Playlogic the rights to publish and develop application software for the PlayStation Portable in the territory of Europe, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA), Australia and New Zealand plus all other countries which are members of the European Union or have otherwise implemented the Treaty on a European Economic Area (such as PAL countries).
Playlogic's Exec. VP Rogier W. Smit: "With the soon to be released title 'Xyanide Resurrection' we passed all necessary stages of the assessment and we are very proud to announce that we are now an official Licensed Publisher for Sony's PlayStation Portable. We strongly believe in the PSP platform and look forward to adding more exciting PSP titles to our future line-up."
"We are excited to offer our first PSP title in the first quarter of 2007," says Stefan Layer, VP/ Chief Marketing & Sales Officer. "'Xyanide Resurrection' has been specifically designed for the PSP platform and will certainly attract many fans of the shoot-'m-up genre around the globe."
Dominique Morel, CTO/Head of Productions: "Visually, the game looks fantastic, while the fun reveals itself to be immediate and compelling." He continues: "This game with its top notch technology and original art direction will be a great tribute to the powerful hardware of the PSP. The countless fans of the shoot-'m-up' will absolutely love it."
"Xyanide" is a classical 2D/3D shoot-'m-up game, where the player takes over the role of Drake, a government executioner from the planet Mardar. Drake's mission is to capture the escaped evil witch Aguira and bring her back to the Judge. Aguira uses the mythical power of Xyanide to transform worlds and create creatures and obstacles to keep Drake from capturing her.
This game uses a new technology never seen before on the PSP or any other handheld. High quality interactive video backdrop seamlessly integrates with real-time game sceneries to deliver high quality graphics and effects on the PSP.
- 10 levels of full packed shooting action
- Multiple branch story line and difficulty levels
- Intense mid- and end-boss battles
- Upgradeable player vessel
- Unique, highly detailed backgrounds and visual effects
- 4 different difficulty settings for beginners and hard-core gamers
- Unique combination of game mechanics is responsible for the seamless transition of an old school genre into the new era
Playlogic's internally developed PSP title Xyanide Resurrection is scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2007.
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