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    Master of Orion III PC Game Goes Gold
    Friday January 24, 1:33 pm ET
    Fans Get Ready for New Frontiers in the Building of Galactic Empires as Highly-Anticipated Sequel Ships


    BEVERLY, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 24, 2003--Infogrames, Inc. a leading global publisher of interactive entertainment software, announced today that the highly-anticipated and long-awaited sequel in the space epic Master of Orion® 3 has gone Gold and will ship to retail as early as February 25, 2003.

    "Master of Orion 3 is the definitive game for building civilization in space," says Nancy MacIntyre, Vice President of Marketing for Infogrames, Inc.'s Beverly, MA studio. "This game offers a truly immersive experience into all of the science fiction mystery, intrigue and adventure fans have come to expect from the Master of Orion® franchise and we're sure that fans everywhere will find it worth the wait."

    In Master of Orion 3, the sequel to one of the best-loved strategy games of all time, players assume the biggest role ever. No longer do players merely represent petty interplanetary dictators. Players become the controlling power behind an entire galactic civilization; the dictators, presidents, councils, and overlords that come and go are merely pawns in the player's arsenal. One must use these governments, their citizens, and their leaders to secure the destiny of their civilization, to manipulate policies of freedom and oppression in both foreign and domestic arenas. It is not enough to be an able economist or a great starship captain to succeed in Master of Orion 3; considerable political, administrative, research, and espionage skills must be applied to claim the title of Master of Orion.

    Featuring a robust Single Player game and up to 8-player simultaneous turn-based Multiplayer, Master of Orion 3 is the definitive 5X Space Strategy game; Explore, Expand, Exploit, Exterminate and now Experience grand strategy as you never have before.

    Master of Orion 3 is being developed by veteran developer of classic strategy games Quicksilver Software, Inc and features a wide range of multi-player and solitaire play options, 16 highly-distinctive alien races, crisp graphics and an intuitive user interface. Master of Orion 3 is available for Windows 98/ME/2000/XP PCs.

    About Quicksilver Software, Inc.

    From Quicksilver Software, Inc., the developer of such classic strategy games as STAR TREK: STARFLEET COMMAND, CONQUEST OF THE NEW WORLD and CASTLES, MASTER OF ORION 3 features a wide range of multi-player and solitaire play options, 8 highly distinctive alien races, and a level of graphics and interface design that will raise the stakes for the entire genre.

    About Infogrames

    New York-based Infogrames, Inc. (Nasdaq: IFGM - News) is one of the largest third-party publishers of interactive entertainment software in the U.S. The Company develops video games for all consoles (Sony Computer Entertainment America, Nintendo and Microsoft), PCs, and Macintosh systems. Infogrames' catalogue of more than 1,000 titles includes award-winning franchises such as Civilization®, Backyard Sports(TM), Deer Hunter®, Driver(TM), RollerCoaster Tycoon®, and Test Drive®, and key licenses including Warner Bros. The Matrix®, Warner Bros. Looney Tunes(TM), Nickelodeon's Blue's Clues® and Dora the Explorer(TM), Dragon Ball Z®, Unreal®, Mission Impossible®, Terminator®, Harley-Davidson®, Major League Baseball®, and the National Football League®, among many others. The Company's Humongous Entertainment and MacSoft labels are leaders in children's and Macintosh entertainment software, respectively.

    Infogrames, Inc. is a majority-owned subsidiary of France-based Infogrames Entertainment SA (IESA) (Euronext 5257), a global publisher and distributor of video games for all platforms. In 2001, IESA acquired Infogrames Interactive, Inc. (formerly Hasbro Interactive), including rights to use its line of software based on well-known licenses such as MONOPOLY, Jeopardy®, TONKA, and Atari®, which are published and distributed in the U.S. by Infogrames, Inc. For more information, visit the Company's Web site at www.infogrames.com.

    (C) 2003 Infogrames Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved.

  • #2
    No update on the official site though? whats going on?

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    • #3
      i'm suspicious, but hopeful.
      By working faithfully eight hours a day, you may get to be a boss and work twelve hours a day.

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      • #4
        interesting...
        Long-time poster on Apolyton and WePlayCiv
        Consul of Apolyton from the 1st Civ3 Inter-Site Democracy Game (ISDG)
        7th President of Apolyton in the 1st Civ3 Democracy Game

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        • #5
          Looks like nmoss and I did this at the same time. Here's a link where we got the info:

          http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/030124/242237_1.html

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          • #6
            CHECK OUT THE OFFICIAL WEB SITE!!!

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            • #7
              Hmmm.. now we shall see the true merit of this project. No more speculating or debating. All our questions will soon be answered.

              Hahah.. funny NO with the gold chains. I pity the fool who stands against the NO!

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              • #8
                All our questions will soon be answered.
                Except the press release is implying that it will take them a MONTH to get the game to stores.
                By working faithfully eight hours a day, you may get to be a boss and work twelve hours a day.

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                • #9
                  It is confirmed, the main site has been updated....

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                  • #10
                    Crap. Sorry. I posted this too.

                    Anyway. How about this: "will ship to retail as early as February 25, 2003"


                    WTF?!?!? Rantz told us several times that they could go to stores within a week? So what is the holdup?? AFter all the delays, shouldn't they move this thing!?!?

                    Also, this is NOT well before Feb28. It's almost identical with Feb 28.

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                    • #11
                      I think the date in that press release is a CYA date.

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