PlayStation Network leak: Fans will decide on cancellation of Rush Rush Rally Racing for PlayStation minis

PRESS RELEASE

Munich, April 29th 2011 

Announced August 2010,„Rush Rush Rally Racing“ for PlayStation minis is still in the works after the most recent leak in the PlayStation Network (PSN). In todays‘s press release, the publisher confirmed that the game‘s future on the platform rests in the hands of its fans via Online Survey.

The 2D topdown racer was originally released as one of the last games for the Sega Dreamcast and is still available at www.redspotgames.com/shop. A WiiWare version is currently in development and is set to be released by the end of Q2 2011. The PlayStation minis port was announced at the publisher‘s booth during Gamecom 2010, the largest European videogame exhibition. The photo in the survey shows the first actual screenshot of Rush Rush Rally Racing running on the PlayStation Portable (PSP).

The Online Survey (which can be reached at www.redspotgames.com/survey), will set a precedent for futher projects as well. Should an enormous amount of users vote against the PlayStation Network, a cancellation is likely.

Among all participants, three redspotgames keychains and three copies of Wind and Water: Puzzle Battles for Sega Dreamcast will be given out as prizes.

About redspotgames

redspotgames is an independent publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software. Established in 2005, the publisher and distributor is a breath of fresh air among its competitors. The company‘s portfolio began with the international publishing, distribution and promotion of three of the most high-class titles within the Dreamcast™ Indie Games library: Last Hope, Wind and Water: Puzzle Battles and Rush Rush Rally Racing. redspotgames gained international publicity by continuing to support the SEGA® Dreamcast™ videogame console at the end of it‘s lifecycle. Meanwhile, redspotgames expanded its scope by publishing

new challenging interactive entertainment software on the leading hardware platforms - Nintendo WiiWare™, Xbox® LIVE Indie Games and PlayStation®

Network. redspotgames is headquartered in Munich, Germany, and has worked with development studios from around the world, from the Netherlands to Costa

Rica.

Portfolio redspotgames:

    <*>Last Hope (Shoot‘em Up / Sega Dreamcast / 2007) <*>Wind and Water: Puzzle Battles (Puzzle Adventure / Sega Dreamcast / 2008) <*>Rush Rush Rally Racing (2D Racing / Sega Dreamcast / 2009) <*>Solar Struggle (Arcade Action Shooter / Xbox LIVE® Indie Games / 2010) <*>Solar Struggle Survival (Arcade Action Shooter / Xbox LIVE® Indie Games / January 2011) <*>Rush Rush Rally Racing (2D Racing / Nintendo WiiWare / TBA) <*>Sturmwind (Shoot‘em Up / Sega Dreamcast / 2Q 2011)
Further information about Rush Rush Rally Racing can be found at www.rushrushrallyracing.com

About redspotgames

redspotgames is an independent publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software. Established in 2005, the publisher and distributor is a breath of fresh air among its competitors. The company‘s portfolio began with the international publishing, distribution and promotion of three of the most high-class titles within the Dreamcast™ Indie Games library: Last Hope, Wind and Water: Puzzle Battles and Rush Rush Rally Racing. redspotgames gained international publicity by continuing to support the SEGA® Dreamcast™ videogame console at the end of it‘s lifecycle. Meanwhile, redspotgames expanded its scope by publishing new challenging interactive entertainment software on the leading hardware platforms - Nintendo WiiWare™, Xbox® LIVE Indie Games and PlayStation® Network. redspotgames is headquartered in Munich, Germany, and has worked with development studios from around the world, from the Netherlands to Costa

Rica.


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