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Grapevine, Texas – September 12, 2007 - SouthPeak Games today announced plans to release Monster Madness: EX in North America early next year. Following in the footsteps of Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia, Monster Madness: EX four player co-op gameplay has an all new polished look and improved game elements for its debut on the PLAYSTATION 3 system.

"The Monster Madness series has a lot to offer gamers of all ages, whether they're old school or new school," said Melanie Mroz, Executive VP of SouthPeak Games. "The top down camera combined with the co-op and online multiplayer make it the perfect title for the PLAYSTATION 3 system."

"It is exciting for us to expand upon this game and to add new content and gameplay," said Dave Hagewood of Psyonix. "We are broadening the experience of Monster Madness on the PLAYSTATION 3 system to more players than ever before."

Monster Madness: EX is building off of the base created by the original Monster Madness: Battle For Suburbia released earlier this year on Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. Taking on the role of four intrepid teenagers, players will set out to save their town from the evil that's been unleashed. With tightened controls, a host of mini-games, a polished camera and newly built in extras, Monster Madness: EX promises to be the beat-em-up brawler PLAYSTATION 3 system owners have been looking for.

About Psyonix

Psyonix develops game software for major gaming platforms including next-generation consoles and PC. With a strong focus on short-cycle game development and expertise in Unreal Engine technology from Epic Games, Psyonix develops original IP games and provides outsourcing services for publishers and developers of game software.

About SouthPeak Games

SouthPeak Games, LLC has been publishing and distributing entertainment software since 1996. Recognizing the market need for an independent publisher, SouthPeak is focusing on marketing games from top-notch developers for all popular game platforms. Leveraging its outstanding distribution experience and retail strength, SouthPeak is currently launching new game titles in Europe and North America.

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