Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice Blasts Into Stores

PursForce EJ-pkg front.jpgPursuit Force: Extreme Justice, the sequel to 2006’s phenomenal PSP action hit Pursuit Force, has officially landed on retail shelves across North America today with an MSRP of $29.99. With Extreme Justice, developer Bigbig Studios takes the series to action-packed, pulse-pounding new heights, packing the sequel with more of everything: more cases, more weapons, more vehicles, 20+ hours of gameplay (with plans for future downloadable add-on packs), and an exciting new Ad Hoc multiplayer mode for up to four players. All that and the same brand of high-octane, “Hollywood-blockbuster-style” action for only 30 bucks, can’t beat that!

“Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice is exactly the kind of game that PSP owners want,” said Jeff Reese, director, software marketing, SCEA. “It offers incredible value in terms of re-playability, is a perfect pick-up-and-play experience in both single-player or multiplayer mode, and most importantly is extraordinarily entertaining.”

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