GSP Adds 2 New Games To White Label Range!

March 2008

Phantasy Star Universe

This time the worlds collide

One hundred years of peace is destroyed in an instant when deadly invaders called the SEED descend on the gurhal system. As the alliance military force fleet crumbles under the seeds superior might, Ethan Waber begins a heroic journey to save his home planet alongside the elite guardians.

Key Features

    <*>Interplanetary single-player adventure across 12 chapters. <*>Three expansive worlds teeming with over 70 enemy species. <*>Huge variety of online quests for a party of up to six players.
Virtua Tennis 3

“…The best looking sports sim of all time.”– GamesMaster

Play one of 20 of the world’s greatest players playing lifelike signature shots, including Federer, Nadal, Sharapova

and Hingis.

Key Features

    <*>World Tour– Create your own superstar to top the rankings! <*>Customisation– Everything from your own player to your own exhibition matches. <*>Multi-set Tennis– Three and five set matches for the first time. <*>Watch your winning shots in an amazing TV-style replay mode. <*>Mini-Game Madness– 12 single and multi-player party games bring more fun to the court.
Both products have an SRP of£9.99 and are available from Amazon.co.uk, Play.com and from GSP’s secure online shop at www.avanquest.co.uk.

GSP is a wholly owned subsidiary of Avanquest Software.

For more information contact Tara Carter: Tel 01480 496 666 Email tara.carter@gsp.cc

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