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The Game Factory Unveils Q1/Q2 2008 Release Schedule

November 16, 2007

The Game Factory Unveils Q1/Q2 2008 Release Schedule

Adventure, RPG and Simulation Game Genres to highlight first titles of the year

The Game Factory, a publisher of video and computer games based on leading international children’s characters, today announced the company’s product line-up for the first-half of the year 2008. Games spanning multiple genres and platforms will be released through July 2008, introducing sequels for both Code Lyoko and Bratz Ponyz.

Code Lyoko : Quest for Infinity PSP and Playstation 2, scheduled to release in May 2008, features the same action/adventure storyline found on the Wii version. Based on the new season of the popular animated action-adventure TV series, the game combines high-tech gadgetry and adrenaline-packed missions in an innovative blend of adventure, combat, platform and space shooting gameplay.

Code Lyoko 2 for the DS system, releasing in June 2008 delivers a brand new experience for both fans of the animated series and RPG video games. In order to complete their missions, Code Lyoko’s four main characters will explore the different sectors of the digital worlds, worth all new, upgraded weaponry in their fight against the evil supervirus XANA and its minions in a brand new turn-based battle system adapted to the Nintendo DS platform.

Bratz Ponyz 2 for the DS System is the sequel of Bratz Ponyz and will be available in July 2008. This version will enhance the simulation aspect of the game and utilize the wireless function of the Nintendo DS.

“The Game Factory’s’ 2008 roster highlights some of the most exciting titles from our diverse portfolio to date. Through our investment in both Code Lyoko and Bratz Ponyz, The Game Factory has managed to transfer these popular animated series and toy line into successful video game franchises.”, said Leah Kalboussi, Game Factory’s Vice President North America.

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