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Game Party 2 Ships to Retail


CHICAGO - October 6, 2008 - Midway Games Inc. (NYSE: MWY), a leading interactive entertainment software publisher and developer, today shipped Game Party® 2 to retail stores. Exclusively for WiiTM, Game Party 2, the sequel to Midway’s top-selling Game Party, delivers five all-new fun filled family games as well as favorites from the original. Game Party 2 is sure to provide hours of entertainment for the casual and hardcore gamer alike and is expected to be available for an U.S. MSRP of $29.99.

“The success of the original Game Party was a result of consumers looking for fun, family-oriented party games for the Wii,” said Miguel Iribarren, senior vice president - publishing, Midway. “Game Party 2 expands and enhances the original, leveraging Midway’s rich arcade heritage, and delivering more games that are a ton of fun and easy to pick-up and play with friends.”

Game Party 2 continues in the Game Party tradition of easy to play games that the whole family can enjoy. The original Game Party launched in November 2007 and has shipped more than 1.3 million units to date worldwide.

Featuring 11 games in all, Game Party 2 showcases five new exciting games, many of which take the game outdoors for the first time. Show off your football skills with the Quarterback Challenge, battle friends while pitching Horseshoes or take the competition to the backyard with Lawn Darts. Game Party 2 also offers Bean Bags, Puck Bowling and favorites from the original.

More information about Game Party 2 can be found online at
About Game Party 2

With 11 games in all, Game Party 2 for Wii includes fun to play games that will provide hours of enjoyment with friends and family. Game Party 2 features new games like Bean Bags, Horseshoes, Lawn Darts, Puck Bowling and more. Each game, including classics like Skill Ball, Darts and Hoop Shoot, has exciting new features like four player mode, customizable characters and tournament play, making Game Party 2 the ultimate party game for all ages and skill levels.

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Posted by: Redeema
Date: October 6, 2008

Categories: Wii News, Wii, News

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