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Dragon's Lair Unveiled as First 1080p Game for HD DVD Players

GORMLEY, Ontario, Canada (July 12, 2007)— After first appearing on Blu-ray earlier this year, HD DVD owners can now also enjoy the classic arcade game Dragon’s Lair in full high definition. Making his HD DVD debut this August, Dirk the Daring swings in to action on the Xbox 360* with HD DVD add-on drive and standalone HD DVD movie players.

Dragon’s Lair was first introduced in the arcades in 1983 and its laser disc video quality and Don Bluth animation made it an instant smash hit. Now, Digital Leisure and authoring studio Infinite HD Inc. have created a true high definition gaming experience for this classic arcade game.

“I’m amazed at the high definition video.” says Don Bluth, one of the original creators of Dragon’s Lair.“Finally, the game looks as good as it did on film. And, the 5.1 audio sounds even better than original. Now whether you have Blu-ray or HD DVD you can enjoy this terrific, high definition version of Dragon’s Lair.”

All special features on the disc are in full 1080p HD including interviews with creators Don Bluth, Gary Goldman and Rick Dyer, and even a full length visual commentary of the game.

Digital Leisure plans to follow up Dragon’s Lair HD DVD with the release of Space Ace and Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp in the HD DVD format.

Dragon’s Lair HD DVD will be available this August 15th at many fine game and movie retailers as well as at www.digitalleisure.com.

Digital Leisure is a leading publisher of interactive video-based titles. The company remasters video-intensive titles that would benefit from the superior video and audio quality of DVD and the newest High Definition formats.

*Xbox 360 is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

Press Contact:

Paul Gold

Digital Leisure Inc.

905 888 9550 x83

media@digitallesiure.com

Related Links:

www.digitalleisure.com

www.infinitehd.com


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