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SUNNYVALE, CA – July 01, 2008 – Be prepared to get lost in the world of fast cars, talented drivers, and dirty tricks as Agetec, Inc. today announced that they are revved up and ready to “step on the gas pedal” with their upcoming game, DT Carnage, for the Sony PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system. DT Carnage, which promises to be the most cutthroat racing game ever seen, can be found in North American retail stores this summer.

In DT Carnage, players will race on various tracks using any and every trick they have up their sleeves. From using items to slow down opponents, to crushing other drivers against the side of the track, to simply breezing past rivals using skillful driving maneuvers, racers will do whatever it takes to be proclaimed number one.

“Fans of the racing genre will love this game. It features top notch graphics, amazingly realistic controls, and over the top action. With all of that and more, the game will really make players feel like they’re in the race of their lives,” says Mark Johnson, producer at Agetec. “DT Carnage also sets itself apart from other racing games by having a RPG like mode that allows drivers to live the life of a racer from start to finish.”

In RPG mode, players start off with training. Players will learn how to use various items and techniques to excel on the track. After players have finished training and leveling up their drivers through the growth system, they will send their drivers off to the tracks to battle against the best of the best.

For more information visit www.agetec.com.

About AGETEC, Inc.
Agetec, Inc., headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, is an innovative interactive entertainment software company. Founded in 1998, the company develops, publishes, and distributes fun and unique digital entertainment content. Agetec is a licensed publisher of all the leading video game systems, including the Sony Computer Entertainment, Nintendo, and Microsoft platforms.

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