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Mountain terrain & off-road courses raise the stakes in popular street racing series

Newport Beach, CA - Feb 05, 2007 Crave Entertainment, a leading publisher of console videogames for the casual gamer, today announced the follow up to the incredibly popular street racing series, Tokyo Xtreme Racer DRIFT 2 for the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system. With the mysterious disappearance of the reigning champion, the tournament crown is suddenly up for grabs. Many will vie, only one can win. Do you have what it takes to race, grind and drift your way to the ultimate racing prize?

Race in the picturesque mountains of Japan Hakone, Niko, Haruna and Akagi all faithfully recreated using the most advanced laser techniques to maintain every tight twist and hazardous turn. Enter your car in sanctioned races held during the day for money, and enter at night to defeat your bitter rivals. The championship and glory are waiting.

Features include:

Race over 180 true-to-life cars from 16 manufactures
Challenge rivals on the track and in off-road rallies
Unleash your inner gearhead with unlimited engine alterations
Tweak your car to the exact specification for your race and driving style
Beware of changing weather that affects your race
Experience an engaging story as you race where drifting was born
1 to 2 players

The game is expected to be available in April 2007 for an MSRP of $19.99

About Crave Entertainment
Based in Newport Beach, California, Crave Entertainment is a subsidiary of Handleman Company. Crave, a publisher of videogame entertainment products creates games for the major console platforms including PSP(R) (PlayStation(R)Portable) system, Nintendo DS(tm), Game Boy(R) Advance, Nintendo GameCube(tm), Wii(tm), the PlayStation(R) game console, PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system, the Xbox(R) video game system from Microsoft and the Xbox 360(tm) video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. For more information about Crave Entertainment, please visit www.cravegames.com.

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