Press Release
(2005 FIM Road Racing World Championship)
THQ and Climax announce new MotoGP game for XBox 360™

THQ Inc. have announced that the MotoGP Ultimate Racing Technology game will
have next-gen audiences racing on the Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment
system from Microsoft.

Combining fast-paced, knee-scraping racing action with the very latest
technology, the next installment of MotoGP URT looks set to bring motor sport to
an unprecedented level of realism and intensity. The MotoGP URT franchise has
met with worldwide critical acclaim with MotoGP URT 3 (launched on September 2nd
2005) being hailed by experts as "the best racing game on Xbox" and "the best
motorcycling simulation game".

"We're excited to be working with Climax to deliver the greatest motor racing
franchise to gamers," said Kelly Flock, executive vice president, worldwide
publishing, THQ. "The next-gen technology allows us to focus on developing an
incredible visual experience with the unparalleled sensation of speed and
adrenaline that is an inherent part of MotoGP, while also retaining the depth of
realism that our relationship with Dorna Sports awards us."

"We're delighted to be working with THQ on another groundbreaking edition of
MotoGP URT," said Tony Beckwith, president, Climax. "Over the last few years,
we've worked hard on taking the MotoGP URT franchise forward with innovative
gameplay features and jaw-dropping graphics. With the advanced technology of the
Xbox 360, gamers can now look forward to an even more amazing racing experience
with breathtaking visuals and edge-of-the-seat, wheel-to-wheel racing unlike
anything they've ever seen before!"

Climax has grown to become a leading independent video game developer by working
with major worldwide publishers such as Microsoft, SCEA, Buena Vista Games and
THQ to create hit titles for all major console platforms.

THQ is a leading worldwide developer and publisher of interactive entertainment
software. The company develops its products for all popular game systems,
personal computers and wireless devices.

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