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JV Games Announces Beer Pong Coming Soon to PLAYSTATION® NETWORK

Oct 21 2013, 6:00am CDT | by PR.com

Beer Pong Ready to Make a Splash on Playstation Network October 22.

Las Vegas, NV, October 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- JV Games, Inc., an electronic entertainment company that develops computer, console, and handheld video games, is confirming that on Tuesday, October...

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JV Games Announces Beer Pong Coming Soon to PLAYSTATION® NETWORK

Oct 21 2013, 6:00am CDT | by PR.com

Beer Pong Ready to Make a Splash on Playstation Network October 22.

Las Vegas, NV, October 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- JV Games, Inc., an electronic entertainment company that develops computer, console, and handheld video games, is confirming that on Tuesday, October 22, 2013, the quintessential collegiate pastime – Beer Pong – being released on the PlayStation® Network for $4.99. Featuring full PlayStation® Move Motion Controller support plus support for the original DUALSHOCK®3 controller. Dedicated players can practice their Beer Pong skills anywhere they can fit a PlayStation® 3 console and screen.

Originally released for Nintendo Wii in 2008 under the name Pong Toss, the game received a considerable amount of attention from critics nationwide including parents and activist groups and even the then Connecticut Attorney General Blumenthal for JV Games’ blatant promotion of alcohol consumption. Now in 2013, the game has reinvented itself, reclaiming the name of Beer Pong for the true skill-based sport that it is.

Built especially for PlayStation® 3 and equipped with an elaborate throwing system for complete accuracy with the PlayStation® Move, Beer Pong by JV Games has a simple, intuitive user interface enabling players to throw, or bounce, an in-game ping pong ball across a table to sink it in one of several cups at the opposite end. Gamers can choose to play a game of Beer Pong with one to four players or speed things up with a game of Speed Pong with one to three players, which allows one to “screw a neighbor” by flipping, adding or shrinking an opponent’s cups. Beer Pong will also include Tournament Mode, allowing teams of 4, 8 or 16 gamers to play head-to-head until only one team is left standing. For the trophy-hunters out there, Beer Pong has full PlayStation® Trophy support integrated. Players achieving Beer Pong greatness will be awarded for their efforts and will be able to view their top high scores from a local standpoint, or against the world.

Stay tuned for additional Beer Pong news, follow JV Games’ Frat Party Games on Twitter and be sure to drop by JV Games’ Facebook to give them a like.

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About JV Games
JV Games, Inc. has over a decade of history producing quality entertaining games for a variety of systems that appeal to a wide audience. JV Games is entirely driven by the pursuit of fun, creating games that push through the boundaries of creativity and uniqueness, ever changing the footprint and reach of the gaming industry with each game the company develops and produces. For the release of Beer Pong for PSN, JV Games is working closely with their sponsors including Forgiven Bottling Inc., BPONG LLC and PLAY BEVERAGES, LLC. Frat Party Games® is a registered Trademark of JV Games, Inc. www.jvgames.com

Contact Information:
JV Games Inc.
Vince Valenti
702-734-9689
Contact via Email
www.jvgames.com

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