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SENSIBLE WORLD OF SOCCER OUT NOW ON XBOX LIVE ARCADE

Wednesday, December 19th (10am GMT)– Codemasters Online today announced the soccer game that shaped an entire generation; Sensible World of Soccer, has been re-released on Xbox LIVE ® Arcade for the Xbox 360 ® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft.

Sensible World of Soccer brings all its classic elements to a new generation of players across Xbox LIVE Arcade for Xbox 360. The game keeps all of the original touches that made it such a genre defining title, as well as introducing all-new optional enhancements to bring the game up-to-date. Sensible World of Soccer introduces all-new online multiplayer modes, allowing players worldwide to take up the challenge and compete in intense online soccer matches in true Sensible Soccer style. The game also includes both original&updated custom graphics modes from the original designer of SWOS allowing players to experience the game in High Definition for the first time ever!

"SWOS is a much-loved franchise with a global fan base and Codemasters Online is pleased to exceed our fans expectations with this all-new version of the game," commented Tim Hodges, Associate Product Manager, Codemasters Online. "This is the authentic SWOS experience in every way, with the added bonus of high resolution HD graphics and online functionality."

Sensible World of Soccer is out now on Xbox ® 360 via Xbox LIVE Arcade.

For more information please visit: www.swos-game.com

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