SUNNYVALE, CA – June 13, 2008 – Agetec, Inc. today announced its upcoming game, Women's Volleyball Championship, for the Sony PlayStation2 computer entertainment system. Women's Volleyball, which features six venues from around the world, will be released in August 2008, and promises to be the most accurate representation of the sport ever presented on a gaming console.
"Women's Volleyball brings the intense action of professional volleyball to the gaming community," said Spike. "Professional volleyball produces some of the best athletes in the world and it's high time someone introduced a great video game that reflects that."
Women's Volleyball is as fast-paced and grueling as the real thing, and perfectly captures the passion and excitement of the sport. Play as one of twelve countries battling their way to the top of the ranks, or create your own team of pros to take on the rest.
"A key feature in Women's Volleyball is players get a chance to create and train their own team. If players want their volleyball players to have certain qualities, this game allows them to customize their players to their liking," says Mark Johnson, producer at Agetec. "Another great feature of the game is that the volleyball players are affected by real life conditions like exhaustion and dominant hand, adding an unprecedented level of realism to the game."
For more information visit www.agetec.com.
About AGETEC, Inc. Agetec, Inc., headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, is an innovative interactive entertainment software company. Founded in 1998, the company develops, publishes, and distributes fun and unique digital entertainment content. Agetec is a licensed publisher of all the leading video game systems, including the Sony Computer Entertainment, Nintendo, and Microsoft platforms.
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