Atari recently announced a new title for the PSP, [i]HOT PXL[/i]. This ingenious and hip new PSP game is current scheduled for a holiday 2006 release. Composed of more than 200 minigames, the unique and original story draws inspiration from street culture with a touch of a digital lifestyle.[p]The player will guide Djon, a skateboarder, through an extremely colorful world. The rapid use of the minigames will force players to rely on reflexes to get through the hundreds of inspired scenarios such as: blasting through classic gameplay themes, performing tricks via BMX or skateboarding, crossing a busy street, and even stage diving. [p]"HOT PXL provides an entertaining new concept coupled with fresh andvigorous gameplay," said Steve Tucker, Director of Marketing, Atari,Inc. "Within a market of ports, sequels and recognized franchises,Atari is proud to bring HOT PXL and offer a fun, unique, and originalgame that offers people easy 'pick up and play' entertainment." [p]Using full advantage of the PSP's wireless capabilities, users will not only compete through wireless matches, but new content can also be downloaded offering a constant fresh experience. For more information on [i]HOT PXL[/i], visit www.hotpxl.com and stay with mygamer.com.
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