Gold - Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure

This Atari Press Release (thanks Frans) echoes the announcement that Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure is gold, saying The Collective's urban-themed action game is due on European store shelves on February 17:
LYON, FRANCE – 24 January 2006 – Atari and Marc Ecko, the visionary behind several of today’s most respected youth lifestyle brands, today announced that Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure has gone gold and is on schedule for European launch on February 17.

Set in the city of New Radius, Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure features a world where freedom of expression is suppressed by a tyrannical city government. In the game, players assume the role of Trane – an unlikely hero just looking to get up until he realizes there is much more at stake. Gamers learn and master various graf skills, starting as a toy (beginner) graffiti artist and using street-smarts, athletic prowess and vision necessary to become an “All City King,” the most reputable of all graffiti artists. During their quest, players risk their lives navigating vertical landscapes while battling rival crews, a corrupt Mayor and the city’s Civil Conduct Keepers (CCK) all in an effort to reach the sweet spots of New Radius, where a well-placed tag brings respect and reputation. Gamers also find themselves with an even greater burden – to use their high-wire graffiti talents to expose the oppressive mayor and set the city free.

“With its unique fusion of authentic urban culture and diverse gameplay elements, Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure represents a new and original gaming experience,” said Cyril Voiron, Marketing Director, Atari Europe. “In a games market where the combination of genuine originality and engaging gameplay are highly valued, this title delivers.”
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This game doesn't deserve any attention. Just forget about it.

Btw...

Cyril Voiron, Marketing Director, Atari Europe.

I wasn't aware that Atari had begun hiring Romulans. When did this start?

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