Avert the Mayan Apocalypse; Replace it with a Virtual One by Black Isle Studios; "The Game that Saves the World" Hangs in the Balance

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Black Isle Studios, creators of the original "Fallout" series of games, is back -- and out to save the world.

Those desperate to avoid an actual Mayan Apocalypse now have a way to save themselves and cause a virtual one instead.

Black Isle Studios, original creators of the post-apocalyptic Fallout games, are pledging to use their exclusive "replacement magic" to thwart the imminent Mayan end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it, replacing it with something actually longed-for -- an all-new, post-apocalyptic role-playing game (RPG).

To save yourself, learn more, and help build 'The Game That Saves The World,' visit http://www.blackisle.com.

About Black Isle Studios
Black Isle Studios is back. Founded in 1996, Black Isle is the creator of the original Fallout series and continues to focus on making the world's best RPGs.

About Interplay Entertainment Corp.
Founded in 1983, Interplay Entertainment Corp. celebrates 30 years as a developer, publisher and licensor of video game software headquartered in Southern California. The company has produced and licensed titles for many of the most popular interactive entertainment software platforms in the action/arcade, adventure/RPG and strategy/puzzle categories. Its portfolio of well-recognized Intellectual Properties includes Battlechess, Clayfighter, Dark Alliance, Descent, Earthworm Jim, Freespace, Giants, Messiah, MDK, Run Like Hell, and Sacrifice. Interplay also holds exclusive distribution rights to certain existing Fallout and Redneck Rampage titles.

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