High Voltage Software Spotlighted Throughout The Industry

High Voltage Software Spotlighted
Throughout The Industry

High Voltage Games And Employees
Are Shone Off At E3 And Trade Publications

(May 20, 2005 – Hoffman Estates, IL)
High Voltage Software, a leading third-party developer of video games, was proud
to see a few of its games highlighted at this year’s E3. High Voltage also had
two of its employees asked to be featured in top industry trade publications.

At this year’s annual Electronic
Entertainment Expo (E3) several of High Voltage’s games were featured at the
pre-E3 press conferences by Nintendo and Microsoft. Real-time game footage of
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, published by Take Two’s Global Star Software,
was featured in both press conferences. Zathura, published by Take Two’s 2K
Games, was featured in the Microsoft Xbox upcoming games reel. Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory and Zathura were also shown on many booths throughout the E3
show floor and have received a lot of attention.

In addition, two High Voltage
Software employees were recently featured in two industry trade publications.
Jesse Helton, Vice President of Software Development, was asked by Game
Developer magazine to give some insight on the future price point for video
games. His quote was one of three the magazine chose to feature in their May
“Heads Up Display” section. When asked about being selected to appear in the
magazine Jesse Helton replied, “The price issue is something that is going to
have to be addressed soon as Microsoft plans to release its Xbox 360 this year.
It was nice to be able to share my thoughts with the industry as a whole.”

Sheri Pocilujko, Corporate
Communications Director for High Voltage Software, was also featured in the
Member Spotlight in the recently distributed 2004 Annual Report for the
International Game Developers Association. Sheri was selected as one of three
members out of thousands to be ‘spotlighted’ for her hard work and volunteerism
in the IGDA. “It was an honor to be recognized in their annual report. IGDA
gives so many opportunities for people to help grow the industry and I’m proud
to be a part of that,” said Sheri Pocilujko in response to the report highlight.

“We pride ourselves on getting top
talent that creates top quality games. Being placed in the limelight like this
proves that our formula is working,” said Vice President of Creative Content
Eric Nofsinger.

About High Voltage Software

High Voltage Software, Inc. (HVS)
employs over 160 of the industry’s top artists, audio engineers, designers,
producers, programmers, and testers making it the industry’s largest independent
third-party developer. Makers of such hit games as the Hunter series and Leisure
Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude, High Voltage is dedicated to continuously improving
the quality of games it produces. Located in a 28,000 square foot studio in
Hoffman Estates, Illinois, HVS comes complete with motion-capture studios,
end-to-end original sound engineering for music, sound effects, and voiceovers,
a game engine, a tools and technology department for bleeding edge software
performance, world-class artists for stunning visuals, and of course veteran
game designers for guaranteed fun. This makes them the industry’s one-stop shop
for video game development. For more information, visit their website at

About Take-Two Interactive Software

Headquartered in New York City,
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. is an integrated global developer, marketer,
distributor and publisher of interactive entertainment software games and
accessories for the PC, PlayStation game console, PlayStation2 computer
entertainment system, PSP handheld entertainment system, the Xbox video game and
entertainment system from Microsoft, the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment
system from Microsoft, the Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance.
The Company publishes and develops products through its wholly owned labels
Rockstar Games, 2K Games and Global Star Software; and distributes products in
North America through its Jack of All Games subsidiary. Take-Two also
manufactures and markets video game accessories in Europe, North America and the
Asia Pacific region through its Joytech subsidiary. The Company maintains sales
and marketing offices in Cincinnati, New York, Toronto, London, Paris, Munich,
Madrid, Vienna, Milan, Sydney, Breda (Netherlands) and Auckland. Take-Two’s
common stock is publicly traded on NASDAQ under the symbol TTWO. For more
corporate and product information please visit our website at

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