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Race For Reputation In EA's NASCAR 09

June 10, 20008

RACE FOR REPUTATION IN EA’S Nascar 09

Race YOUR Way in NASCAR 09, Available in Stores

Electronic Arts Inc. announced today that NASCAR® 09 has shipped and will be available in retail stores across North America starting June 11. NASCAR 09 features highly adaptable gameplay that fits players of all levels and gives gamers access to the emotion of NASCAR more than ever. The game also has in-game customization tools that create endless opportunities for player’s personalization of their cars.

Right out of the box, four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Jeff Gordon will guide gamers through the game’s major features and advise them throughout their in-game career. NASCAR 09 also features two distinct driving models, normal and pro, which allow the casual gamer or NASCAR experts alike to jump in and enjoy the ultimate NASCAR racing experience.

NASCAR 09 has also revved up in-game personalization with the all-new Paint Booth customization tool. With Paint Booth, gamers now have the ability to completely customize their car from start to finish by using a car customization template that’s available online at EA SPORTS World, an online extension of the EA SPORTS gaming experience that allows fans to connect, share and compete as part of the world’s leading sports gaming community. On www.easportsworld.com,  fans can talk about and share their in-game experiences on the internet by comparing their game performance via leaderboards, track in-game accomplishments and statistics, as well as upload videos and screenshots of their favorite in-game highlights.

NASCAR 09 is available on the PlayStation®2 and PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment systems and Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and is rated E by the ESRB has an MSRP of $59.99 for the Xbox 360, PLAYSTATION 3 and $39.99 for the PlayStation 2. For more information, log on to the game’s website at www.easportsracing.com

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