Obscure: The Aftermath nominated for best PSP Game of the year

Amsterdam/New York– 23d February 2010– Playlogic Entertainment, Inc. (Nasdaq OTC: PLGC.OB), an independent worldwide publisher of entertainment software, is delighted with the nominee for best PSP™ game of 2009 for its title Obscure: The Aftermath. Consumers voted for this nomination on gameindustry.com. The co-op enabled survival horror game launched in Q4 last year on UMD and is also available on PlayStation®Network.

Executive Vice President of Playlogic, Rogier Smit said:“We are really excited to receive this recognition from Gameindustry.com. The competition for this award is comprised of well known and established franchises; therefore the nomination by itself already feels like a victory”.

About Obscure: The Aftermath:

Heavily inspired by teen slasher movies, Obscure: The Aftermath is an action-packed title featuring an onslaught of gruesome imagery, an awesome hair-raising soundtrack and a 2-player co-op gameplay mode where players can work together to solve puzzles, combat hideous monsters and enjoy a wide variety of deadly weapons.

Game features include:

• Uncover the horrific truth at Fallcreek University

• Battle with the vivid imaginations of 6 teenagers

• Drop in Drop Out co-op gameplay

• Highly detailed and atmospheric environments

• Stunning soundtrack performed by the Boston String Quartet and the Paris Opera’s Children’s choir

For more information about Obscure: The Aftermath please visit www.obscuretheaftermathpsp.com and register your interest.

For more information about Playlogic Entertainment and it’s range of products, please visit www.playlogicgames.com.

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