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Konami Announces GTI Club SuperMini Fiesta! Now Available for Wii

March 16, 2010

Konami Announces GTI Club SuperMini Fiesta! Now Available for Wii

Hi-Speed and Award Winning Arcade Franchise Comes to Wii for the First Time

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced GTI Club Supermini Festa! is now available in retail stores nationwide on Nintendo Wii. Based off the award-winning arcade franchise, GTI Club Supermini Festa! allows players to traverse through the streets and backalleys of some of the world's most recognizable skylines including tracks in the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Japan and USA. Competitive racers will speed to the finish through some of the most challenging road terrains, secret shortcuts, tight turns and obstacles determining who has the most skills behind the wheel.

Part of GTI Club Supermini Festa!'s unique racing experience lies in the marriage of content, competition and customization. Some of the world's most recognizable vehicles are ready to be raced including the ABARTH 500, MINI Cooper S, PEUGEOT 207 GTi, RENAULT Sport CLIO V6 and many more! Cars are also customizable so players can enter the garage and personalize their cars from ground up. Action-packed multiplayer games puts up to four players in hi-speed racing competitions via Nintendo Wi-Fi connection on Wii and via ad-hoc party for PSP. Players can also change the course of the competition with a variety of multiplayer party games including "Tomato Festival" and "Bomb Tag." GTI Club Supermini Festa! will continue to keep fans clamoring for content, as free custom patterns for each car will be available for download via the Wii Wi-Fi Connection beginning at launch.

GTI Club Supermini Festa! is rated E for Everyone by the ESRB and now available on Nintendo Wii for the SRP of $29.99. In addition, GTI Club Supermini Festa! is available for PSP system and PSPgo (via download) for $29.99. For more information GTI Club Supermini Festa! please visit www.konami.com/gticlub.

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