The World of PlayStation®2 Brought to Your Town


          40-Foot PlayStation® Patrol Brings Free Videogaming
              Fun and Entertainment to the Seattle, WA Area

  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!
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  WHAT:  PlayStation will bring the PlayStation Patrol to the Seattle area.
         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. This event is FREE and

  WHERE  Everett, WA
   AND   Fred Meyer
  WHEN:  12906 Bothell-Everett Highway
         Everett, WA
         Friday, August 22, 2003            Noon - 8 p.m.
         Saturday, August 23, 2003          10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
         Sunday, August 24, 2003            11 a.m. - 7 p.m.


         -- HOT and UPCOMING videogame titles, including:  Downhill
            Domination™ (for PlayStation 2), War of the Monsters™ (for
            PlayStation 2), ATV Offroad Fury™2 (for PlayStation 2), MLB
            2004 (for PlayStation 2), Jak II™ (for PlayStation 2), NFL
            GameDay 2004 (for PlayStation 2), Ratchet and Clank™:  Going
            Commando (for PlayStation 2), NCAA® GameBreaker® 2004 (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 -- Aug. 4

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SOURCE: Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.

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