Xicat Interactive, Inc., a publisher of computer games such as Jane's Attack Squadron and Iron Aces II, has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with KOCH Media for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The company will be responsible for all aspects of sales and distribution for Xicat's titles.
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Xicat Interactive (publisher of Zanzarah: The Hidden Portal and ChopLifter: Crisis Shield) have announced its plans to bring the groundbreaking action/adventure epic, Haven: Call Of The King to the Xbox, and the GameCube. Developed by Traveller's Tales, Haven: Call Of The King received praise for its release on the PlayStation2 from both media and consumers alike.
Xicat Interactive, Inc. today announced that it will present a fresh line up of titles at the 2003 Electronic Entertainment Expo May 14 -16 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California. Xicat is set to exhibit highly anticipated titles such as ChopLifter: Crisis Shield for the PS2, Motor Trend presents Lotus Challenge for the Xbox, GameCube and PC, and Zanzarah: The Hidden Portal for Playstation2, Xbox and GameCube. In addition, several new titles will be announced at the show and others displayed behind closed doors, including one GameCube title, one Xbox title, and two PC titles. The stand will also feature live demos, interactive media, and exclusive contests.
Xicat Interactive announces the May 2003 release of Motor Trend Presents Lotus Challenge for GameCube and PC. With the March 18 release for the Xbox, Lotus Challenge will excite race game lovers with superior graphics, challenging courses and fast-paced action. Read more for details ...
Xicat is looking to send gamers reeling with the mid-March release of bass fishing title - Top Angler. Currently available for PlayStation2, Top Angler will be the first fishing game for the Nintendo GameCube game console. Read more for details as well as an ingame trailer filled with fishy action.
Xicat tears up the track with its latest release, Motor Trend presents Lotus Challenge, to be released for the Xbox video game system from Microsoft in late 2002 in North America. This is the first auto racing video game to bear the Motor Trend name and seal of approval.
Xicat Interactive, Inc is set to release "Blackstone: Magic & Steel" and "Metal Dungeon" for the Xbox in North America in late November 2002.
Xicat Interactive, the publisher of the award-winning role-player, Gothic, brings RPG action to the Xbox video game system from Microsoft, with the release of Blackstone: Magic and Steel and Metal Dungeon on the 22nd November 2002. Read more below for STORY and FEATURES!
Xicat Interactive enters an enchanted world of fantasy with the Nov. 12 release of Zanzarah. The publisher of award-winning video games presents a female character set in a beautifully-rendered fantasy world to attract the too often neglected teenage female market.
Black Belt Challenge is an original and enjoyable one-on-one Fighting Game for the Game Boy Advance. Featuring unique characters, intuitive controls, countless moves to master and various addictive game modes, it is a phenomenal handheld fighting game.
When you enter the world of Gothic you must prepare to be consumed by a landscape unlike any you will have encountered before and when you take on the challenge of Gothic you must be prepared to face your ultimate quest.
Xicat Interactive are pleased to announce the signing of Takeda for PC CD ROM…Director of Sales Steve Brown commented Takeda is another title that really pushes the boundaries of RTS gaming. Based upon Historical data of some of great 16th Century Samurai, we are sure Takeda will find a home on all RTS games players machines.
Lost Boys games today confirms that Xicat Interactive has signed the rights to publish 2 original titles currently under development at Lost Boys games, for the Nintendo® Game Boy® Advance. This deal will see Xicat publishing both Invader (formerly known as Kaisertal) and Black Belt Challenge (previously Fire-Eaters).
Xicat seems to be on the war path after they apparently signed a deal with Swedish Developers Grin to publish their highly aticipated "Ballistic". As that was not enough they also snagged former EA developer Jane's licenses thus signing the biggest war sim developer to their name .. Go Xicat!
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