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GameShark SP Ships Out

by Jonathan Metts - October 1, 2003, 5:34 pm PDT
Discuss in talkback! Source: Mad Catz Press Release

The GameShark line of cheating devices, now in the hands of Mad Catz, expands to Game Boy Advance SP.

MAD CATZ SHIPS GAMESHARK FOR

GAME BOY® ADVANCE SP!

- GameShark SP Loaded With More Than 15,000 Codes -

San Diego, California, October 1, 2003—Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. (AMEX/TSE: MCZ), the world’s leading third party video game enhancement and accessory manufacturer, announced today shipments of the first GameShark® product designed specifically for the Game Boy® Advance SP. Simply the hottest product with the most codes and game saves on the market, the GameShark SP packs in over 15 thousand codes for over 200 Game Boy Advance games. Shipping to retail outlets this week, the GameShark SP will be available for an MSRP of $29.99 U.S.

GameShark SP offers more codes from all of the latest and greatest Game Boy Advance titles including Pokemon: Ruby and Sapphire, Advance Wars 2, MegaMan Battle Network 3: Blue and White and Wario Ware, Inc. Players can also get codes for Japanese and European import games. Not only do you get more than 15,000 preloaded codes, but GameShark SP also allows you to add new cheats for new games or customize your code library. The included PC software communicates to an online database that contains all the latest codes and to gameshark.com each day to give the GameShark SP the most codes available.

"We are dedicated to expanding the GameShark product offerings for the large and still growing community of loyal GameShark and Game Boy Advance users," said Darren Richardson, President and Chief Operating Officer for Mad Catz, Inc. "Acquiring the GameShark brand earlier this year was a pivotal and strategic move for Mad Catz. It merged the leading accessory brand with the leading game enhancement software brand, creating the only ‘one-stop-shop’ and further solidifying Mad Catz’ leadership position."

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