EDISON, N.J., September 3, 2009 - Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL) released today the final three gameplay videos in preparation for the release of the upcoming Go Play City Sports game for Wii™. The most recent addition to Majesco's Go Play line of action-based titles, Go Play City Sports lets players experience what it's like to play after school sports with friends as they battle to become the king of the neighborhood. The game takes players to the big city as they challenge each other in real sports including Stickball, Street Hockey, Kickball, Shoutout Soccer, and more!

The final three gameplay videos dig deep into the heart of these competitions by showcasing the skills players need to dodge cars, manholes, pedestrians, and the opposition to be the best on the block:

• In Shootout Soccer, watch as the player maintains control of the ball while jumping over cones, avoiding kids on skateboards and weaving through fire hydrants in an all-out effort to score the perfect goal.

• The second video brings players to an actual Street Hockey game where the Sharks are battling their neighborhood enemies the Monkeys in a two-on-two match. Using nothing but sticks, helmets, and skill, only one of these two juggernauts will come back down to the street unscathed and victorious!

• In the last video, the teams swing for the fences, or in this case the streets, on a gated-in block for a heated game of Stickball. There is no greater feeling than hitting one over the gate for that game-winning home run. Just watch out for the cars as you circle the base path in triumph!

Go Play City Sports gives an authentic look into the life of a kid growing up in the city, through the typical games played with the other kids on the block. Using the Wii Remote, players swing the bat in Stickball, jump to the beat in Jump Rope, and roll that beloved red rubber ball in a neighborhood game of Kickball! The creatively designed environments lend an authentic feel to each game, using manhole covers as bases, traffic cones as goalies, and colorful graffitied walls as backboards. Play in single-player mode, or take on up to 4 other players in both head-to-head and team-based modes. Players can also use the Wii Balance Board™ for a more physical mode of play.

Developed by Digital Embryo, Go Play City Sports for Wii™ ships to stores on September 8th for the Suggested Retail Price of $29.99. For additional information about Majesco's exciting Go Play line of games, please visit

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