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Amsterdam, March 30, 2006 - Playlogic Entertainment, Inc and Metropolis Software today announced a title change for "Diabolique: License to sin" into "INFERNAL".

In the past 6 months of development, the upcoming 3rd person action adventure for PC has been expanded with a variety of new features and design ideas. The game evolved into a complex project with vastly enhanced gameplay, based on cutting edge technology. To meet the new approach and appeal of this project, a title change is required to suit the titles broadened, more serious mood. The new title "INFERNAL" fits perfectly to the story and atmosphere of the game and also is a most suitable phrase to describe the powers that players will be able to use against enemies and obstacles throughout the game.

"INFERNAL" is a 3rd person action adventure that is set in a present day scenario, with stunning environments and strong characters. The story relates to the eternal conflict between good and evil, confronted in supernatural intelligence agencies. The game uses the state-of-the-art Ageia PhysX engine that enables highly interactive worlds with destroyable walls and objects, while giving the player the ability to use a vast variety of objects and drive different vehicles, enhancing the overall feeling of entering a most realistic world. This is supported by using high level graphics and latest technologies such as: pixel shaders 3.0, full screen effects, normal-mapping, real-time reflections and a stunning overall design based on real locations throughout Europe and the USA.

"INFERNAL" is scheduled for release in Q4 2006 on PC DVD-ROM.

About Playlogic

Playlogic Entertainment, Inc. is an independent publisher of entertainment software for consoles, PCs, handhelds, mobile devices, and other digital media. Playlogic, established in early 2002, publishes game concepts across various genres. The company distributes its products worldwide through all available channels, online and offline.

Playlogic, who currently has approximately 75 employees, is listed on the OTC BB under the symbol "PLGC" and is headquartered in New York and Amsterdam. Its internal studio is based in Breda (The Netherlands).

Playlogic's portfolio includes games that are being developed by several teams at Playlogic Game Factory, Playlogic's in-house development studio based in Breda, as well as games developed by a number of studios throughout the world. Currently, 11 games on 16 platforms are under development, including "Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales," "Age of Pirates: Captain Blood," "Ancient Wars: Sparta," "Infernal" and "PRISM - Threat: Level Red", which will be published this year. "World Racing 2," "Knights of the Temple 2" and "Gene Troopers" have been released recently throughout Europe.

Playlogic is always looking for additional, high-quality games and acquires products that can be exploited in the complete value chain of digital entertainment products from games at retail to mobile games and digital TV.

About Metropolis Software

Metropolis Software is an interactive entertainment development company founded in 1992 and located in Warsaw, Poland.

Metropolis Software is dedicated to the creation of high-quality video games for PC and next generation consoles. The company consecutively develops successful products by game professionals with broad industry experience including producers, designers, programmers, artists and sound engineers.

The team's success is built upon a true understanding of what players want, and the ability to deliver it.


Playlogic Entertainment, Inc.

Beco Mulderij, Marketing Manager

T: +31 20 676 03 04



IMC, InteractiveMediaConsulting GmbH

Ingo Horn, Head of Communication

T: +49 2203 980 30 19


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