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Grapevine, TX – February 5, 2008 – SouthPeak Games has confirmed the final title for the next installment of the Monster Madness series – Monster Madness: Grave Danger – coming to PLAYSTATION3. First announced in September 2007 under the working title of "Monster Madness: EX," Grave Danger will include a number of new and improved features. Fan feedback from the original "Battle for Suburbia" has been taken to heart and every Zombie, Werewolf and Vampire has been recalled to square one.

The title's developer, Psyonix Studios, has taken the series back to the drawing board and analyzed every aspect of the game to revamp and fully realize the core fast paced monster blasting action for its foray onto the PS3. Improvements from the original Monster Madness: Battle for Suburbia include, completely reconstructed camera angles, tightened control scheme, updated graphics and expanded online multiplayer modes. One of the biggest requests from fans the first time around was an online cooperative story mode. Monster Madness: Grave Danger includes four player online co-op, but the terror doesn't end there! Expect over 15 new character costumes and over 20 new "Challenge" mini-games to bolster the already rich gameplay experience.

Monster Madness: Grave Danger is expected to hit store shelves in Q2 2008.

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