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Vogster Announces UNBOUND SAGA for PSP

May 15, 2009

Vogster Announces UNBOUND SAGA for PSP

Vogster’s Comic-Book Inspired UNBOUND SAGA Heads Direct to Consumer via PlayStation Network for the PSP System this July

Vogster Entertainment today announced that UNBOUND SAGA, the eagerly awaited arcade-style brawler for the PSP, will be available this July exclusively via digital download on the PlayStation Network. Beginning July 16, 2009, players can punch and clobber their way through UNBOUND SAGA’s comic book inspired action at home or while on the go.

“Bringing UNBOUND SAGA to PSP system owners through the convenience of the PlayStation Network is an ideal way to deliver the game to the widest possible audience,” said Mario Kroll, Director of Marketing at Vogster. “In fact, we expect to see a growing trend where highly anticipated releases such as UNBOUND SAGA will bypass the UMD format and the often challenging retail environment, being instead delivered directly to consumers. It certainly is a ‘win’ for both content producers and gamers alike --- it avoids an unpopular delivery medium and costly manufacturing, while improving the timing and availability of great content to consumers when they demand it.”

The UNBOUND SAGA video game is based on Dark Horse’s comic book of the same name and follows the adventures of self-aware comic book tough guy Rick Ajax, as he battles the constant and cataclysmic threats that are put in his path by the god-like entity known as ‘The Maker’. With cover art by illustration icon, Joe Linsner (Cry for Dawn, Dark Ivory) original story by comic book veteran Mike Kennedy (Star Wars, Superman, Alien vs Predator) and art by fan-favorite Cliff Richards (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Wonder Woman, The New Thunderbolts), UNBOUND SAGA combines comic book action with button throttling gameplay that leads players through level after level of imaginative landscapes and bizarre foes.

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