Crave Interactive and Razor USA, the company behind the popular "original kick scooter," have entered into an agreement that gives Crave the rights to develop all future interactive products based on the Razor brand. The first game developed under this agreement, Razor Freestyle Scooter, will be released this Christmas for the Sony PlayStation. The game features ten unique riders, nine levels, and more than 45 different tricks and moves that can be combined for infinite creative possibilities.
"Razor is clearly the hottest phenomenon of the year," said Holly Newman, executive vice president of publishing at Crave Entertainment. "We are very excited about this partnership because the fun and excitement of scooters translates so well into entertaining gameplay."