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Playlogic signs Distribution Agreement with Atari Nordic.

Source: Playlogic Entertainment, Inc

Obscure II amongst the titles to be distributed

(New York, USA - Amsterdam, the Netherlands) October 8th, 2007- Playlogic Entertainment, Inc. (OTCBB: PLGC) announces that it has signed a distribution agreement with Atari Nordic for three PC, PSP and PS2 games: Obscure II (PS2 & PC), Xyanide Resurrection (PS2 & PSP) and Evil Days of Luckless John (PC). All titles are set for a mid to end October 2007 release.

Pierre Thiercelin, International Sales Director of Playlogic: "I am very pleased with this agreement. It is important for Playlogic to keep increasing its presence in the Nordic markets and we look forward to a fruitful partnership with Atari Nordic."

Jeremy Wigmore, Managing Director of Atari Nordic: "Atari Nordic believes that Playlogic has recognised the qualities we bring as a distribution partner and we in return are very happy to help them increase their presence in the Nordic market with their varied line up."

Obscure II is the follow up to 2005's Obscure. Survivors of the first adventure set at high school have now moved on to college. But soon they find themselves faced with yet other terrifying threat on the campus of Fallcreek University. Obscure II features an optimized cooperative play-mode, which allows a friend to enter into the game. Players can choose between 6 different characters, each with unique skills.

Obscure II provides a gripping survival horror experience, set in a "teen horror movie" environment. The soundtrack, performed by the Boston Chamber Quartet and the Paris Opera's Children's Choir add to the atmosphere of Obscure II.

Xyanide Resurrection is a Shoot'em Up that offers a classic experience in a 3-D environment, displayed in 15 spectacular levels. Players take on the role of executioner Drake, whose task it is to find and capture the escaped witch Aguira. She uses the mythical power of Xyanide to create new worlds and nightmarish creatures in an attempt to kill her pursuer.

Xyanide Resurrection uses a technology never seen before on the PSP and PS2 - high quality interactive video backdrops, seamlessly integrated with the real-time game scenery to deliver breathtaking graphics and effects. Xyanide Resurrection was created by Playlogics in house development studio, the Playlogic Game Factory.

Evil Days Of Luckless John tells the tale of poor unlucky John. In this humorous adventure game players help him to claim a profitable casino as an inheritance which was left to him by his distant uncle. Unfortunately the Mafia also has its eyes on the casino as well.

The dozens of characters with which players can interact, combined with a lot of humor and simple user interface make Evil Days of Luckless John a great enjoyable to a broad range of gamers.

About Playlogic:

Playlogic Entertainment, Inc. is an independent publisher of entertainment software for PCs, consoles, handhelds, mobile devices, and other digital media. Playlogic distributes its products worldwide through all available channels, online and offline. Playlogic, who currently has approximately 75 employees, is listed on the OTCBB under the symbol "PLGC" and is headquartered in New York and Amsterdam. Its internal game development studio is based in Breda (The Netherlands).

Playlogic's portfolio includes games that are being developed by several teams at the 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 with approximately 300 people of external development staff. Currently, 10 games on 12 platforms are in the works including "Officers" and "Age of Pirates: Captain Blood" which will be published this year, and "Dragon Hunters" based on the animated TV series and up-coming movie which will be published early next year. Recent world-wide releases include "Xyanide Resurrection," "Ancient Wars: Sparta," "Infernal," "Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales," "World Racing 2," "Knights of the Temple 2" and "Gene Troopers."

Playlogic publishes quality games, working with leading technology to produce digital entertainment from concept to finished product.


This release contains statements about Playlogic's future expectations, performance, plans, and prospects, as well as assumptions about future events. The reader is cautioned not to put undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, as these statements are subject to numerous factors and uncertainties, including without limitation, business and economic conditions and trends; fluctuations in operating results; reduced customer demand relative to expectations; competitive factors; and other risk factors listed from time to time in the company's SEC reports. Actual results may differ materially from our expectations as the result of these and other important factors relating to Playlogic's business and product development efforts, which are further described in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. These filings can be obtained from the SEC website located at Any forward-looking statements are based on information available to Playlogic on the date of this release, and Playlogic assumes no obligation to update such statements.


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About Infogrames Entertainment and Atari:

Infogrames Entertainment (IESA), the parent company of the Atari Group, is listed on the Paris Euronext

stock exchange (ISIN code: FR-0000052573) and has two principal subsidiaries: Atari Europe, a privately held company, and Atari, Inc., a United States corporation listed on NASDAQ (ATAR). The Atari Group is a major international producer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software for all market segments and in all existing game formats (Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony) and on CD-ROM for PC. Its games are sold in more than 60 countries. The Atari Group's extensive catalogue of popular games is based on original franchises (Alone in the Dark, V-Rally, Test Drive, Roller Coaster Tycoon, etc.) and

international licenses (Dragon Ball Z, Dungeons & Dragons, etc.).

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