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Graffiti Entertainment Becomes NDS/Wii Publisher

by Rainier on April 9, 2007 @ 12:10 p.m. PDT

Graffiti Entertainment has been granted publishing status for North America from Nintendo of America. Graffiti Entertainment is a new publisher who has recently released various PC (Chain of Command: Eastern Front) and GBA (Mazes of Fate) titles

"We are thrilled to have been selected as an official publisher for this leading hardware manufacturer," says Kenneth Hurley, CEO of both Signature Devices and Graffiti Entertainment. "We have been getting fortified and are now ready to take advantage of the ever-increasing video game market, with U.S. sales of software, hardware and accessories amounting to over $12.5 billion in 2006." (source: NPD Dec 2006 Report) Graffiti Entertainment is currently evaluating a number of titles for publication on both platforms, with plans to have a selection of products available within the next few months.

Graffiti Entertainment shipped "Chain of Command: Eastern Front," "Red Jets," developed for the PC by Interactive Video Games, and "Crazy Frog Racer." These games have an MSRP of $19.95 and $9.95. It also has also brought to market "Back To Stone" developed by Neko Entertainment for the GBA. This game has an MSRP of $29.95.

Veteran game programmer Kenneth Hurley and several other industry veterans founded Redwood City, CA-based Signature Devices, Inc. in 2002. Signature Devices, Inc. has a long list of noteworthy PC and Xbox game credits including "Samurai Shodown V" for Xbox, "King of Fighters '94 Rebout" for Xbox, "Farcry" and "Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault," and many others. In addition, its Graffiti Entertainment subsidiary develops and publishes video games from independent developers. This includes "Crazy Frog Racer" for the PC, "Chain of Command: Eastern Front" for the PC, "Red Jets" for the PC, "Back To Stone" for the GBA, and "Mazes of Fate" for the GBA.

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