The World of PlayStation®2 Brought to Your Town


40-Foot PlayStation® Patrol Brings Free Videogaming Fun and Entertainment

                            To Virginia Beach

  WHO:    Industry leader Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc., maker of
          the world's best-selling PlayStation game console and
          PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, with more than
          1,700 of the highest-rated videogame titles on the market -- with
          something to satisfy everyone!

  WHAT:   PlayStation will bring the PlayStation Patrol to Virginia Beach.
          The PlayStation Patrol is a 40-foot long vehicle, featuring
          17 PlayStation 2 interactive kiosks.  The vehicle is set-up to
          play all of the hottest and best-selling videogame titles
          available for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system.
          The PlayStation Patrol Scout, a PlayStation 2 branded Hummer®
          H2* vehicle new for 2003, will accompany the PlayStation Patrol
          and help spread the news that the PlayStation Patrol is in town.
          Coupons will be available for a $5 discount on any PlayStation 2
          title. This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

  WHERE   Virginia Beach
   AND    Circuit City
  WHEN:   110 S. Independence Blvd.
          Virginia Beach, VA 23462
          Friday, April 25, 2003             Noon - 8 p.m.
          Saturday, April 26, 2003           10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
          Sunday, April 27, 2003             11 a.m. - 7 p.m.


  -- HOT and INNOVATIVE videogame titles, including: War of the Monsters™
     (for PlayStation 2), ATV Offroad Fury™2 (for PlayStation 2), MLB
     2004 (for PlayStation 2), World Tour Soccer 2003 (for PlayStation 2),
     My Street™ (for PlayStation 2), Amplitude (for PlayStation 2), Dark
     Cloud®2 (for PlayStation 2) and many more.
  -- 17 PlayStation 2 kiosks (including one 40-inch big screen kiosk)

  For more information, please contact:
   Katy Dormer
   Sony Computer Entertainment America

PRNewswire -- April 21

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SOURCE: Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.

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