Sony Online Entertainment sent word today about a new game they're working on for the PSP called Cash Money Chaos.

The idea behind Cash Money Chaos is that the player has been captured by an alien race and must struggle through a twisted game show in order to win their life. With over 50 blood-filled and body part-laden levels, Cash Money Chaos puts players right in the middle of a
televised free-fire zone with two goals: get the cash and survive to the end. Featuring wickedly fast-paced,
arcade-style action in a fully 3D world, players will fight dozens of enemies at once as you fight to stay alive.

"Cash Money Chaos is an action-packed, arcade-style shooter that explodes a new genre onto the PSP," said
Chris Sturr, Senior Global Brand Manager, Sony Online Entertainment. "CMC will have players scratching their heads,
asking themselves if they really just saw – and shot – what they think they did. Of course, taking your hands off the
controls to scratch your head may be detrimental to surviving the next wave of killer gorillas or demented clowns."

Cash Money Chaos will contain more than 50 hyper-fast levels, from circus tents to swamps to medieval settings, where players will
grab cash, prizes and weapons as they unleash torrents of destruction upon their foes. Set to a hardrocking
soundtrack, players will annihilate alien chickens, mutant hillbillies, and homicidal clowns, in addition to tackling
monster bosses, such as the enormous bearded lady and her cadre of deadly unicyclists.

The game will also take full advantage of the PSP system’s network capabilities, delivering both local and internet games
for up to eight players, allowing them to bash their way through the game cooperatively or to compete against each
other in prize-laden death matches.

Cash Money Chaos is expected be available in Q1 2007 for the suggested retail price of U.S. $29.99.

We have a few early screenshots of Cash Money Chaos, which you can see by clicking here .

Related Game(s): Cash Money Chaos

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