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Niko par Niko,  email  @nik0tine  
 
Infinium Labs s'est vachement amusé au CES cette année, et nous le fait savoir par communiqué de presse masturbatoire nous assurant que son PC déguisé en console fût l'une des star du salon. Chose étonnante, puisque la presse internet sur place n'en a pas du tout parlé. Bref.

Ce communiqué est également l'occasion pour la petite firme d'exorter une nouvelle fois les développeurs à passer par leur système de distribution entièrement en ligne, mettant en avant les coûts réduits de ce mode de commercialisation.

Ho, on apprend également que la Phantom est repoussée au second trimestre de cette année. Comme prévu . Je vais me reconvertir.

SARASOTA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 13, 2005--Infinium Labs' (OTCBB:IFLB - News) Phantom Game Service(TM) was viewed by more than 20,000 consumers, retailers, game publishers and consumer electronics followers at the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The Phantom Game Service was demonstrated continuously during all four days of the show at the Microsoft® Windows® Embedded Device Showcase exhibit and NVIDIA®'s Next-Generation 3D Entertainment exhibit.

"CES was a highly successful event for the Phantom Game Service," noted Kevin Bachus, Infinium Labs' president. "We were fortunate to be one of only a handful of products demonstrated by Microsoft at the 'Digital Experience' press event following Bill Gates' keynote address on Wednesday evening. And the Phantom was one of only four live demonstrations in the Windows XP Embedded booth -- one of the highest-traffic booths at the show."

Mr. Bachus was interviewed by more than 25 reporters representing worldwide media from U.S., Europe and Asia. An interview with Mr. Bachus was featured on ESPN2's "Cold Pizza" on the morning of Thursday, Jan. 6 -- the first day of the show -- one of only six products from CES highlighted on the program.

Mr. Bachus also participated in two CES panels, including the "History of Games" panel, which drew a standing room only audience of more than 400 people.

The Phantom Game Service will be the first end-to-end solution of its kind that, in addition to offering the greatest breadth of PC game titles, will allow consumers to demo games before purchasing them and will stream these games for virtually instantaneous start of play, all via broadband.

Infinium Labs' service also appeals to PC game retailers and publishers. In addition to sharing recurring subscription revenues and game sales with Infinium Labs, retailers can reduce merchandising and shelving costs by offering the Phantom Game Service, rather than packaged games, through their stores. Publishers that distribute their games via the service will benefit from reduced production and packaging costs.

Infinium Labs plans to launch its Phantom Game Service in the second quarter of 2005.

About Infinium Labs

Based in Sarasota, Fla., Infinium Labs (OTCBB:IFLB - News) is in development on The Phantom Game Service, the first end-to-end, on-demand game service. Delivered over broadband, the Phantom Game Service will offer casual and avid gamers a broad library of titles, available anytime, day or night, from the comfort of their living room. Infinium Labs is led by a management team with extensive experience in interactive media, entertainment, broadband services, technology and video games. For more information, please visit www.phantom.net.