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Mad Catz R.A.T. mice get three new paint schemes just in time for the holidays

Ben Gilbert, @RealBenGilbert
November 5, 2012
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Ever since Batman popularized the matte finish with his snazzy Batsuit, product designers have gone Bat-crazy over the finish choice. Today, Mad Catz pushes back on that new normal, re-introducing its R.A.T. line of gaming mice in three new, glossy colors: white, red, and (yes, another) black. That includes the entire R.A.T. line, from the R.A.T.3 to the M.M.O.7 and everything in between. And those new colors are already available from Mad Catz, anxiously awaiting wrapped boxes and new computers equipped with XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Oh the sectoids you'll kill!

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Mad Catz® Announces New Range of Color PC Products

Includes Popular R.A.T. Mouse Range Available in Three Eye-Catching Colors

SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. ("Mad Catz") (NYSE MKT: MCZ) announced today a new range of color PC products, beginning with the popular series of R.A.T. mice, now available for pre-order in three eye-catching new colors.

"Gamers continue to respond enthusiastically to our range of professional PC products, and we believe that the new range of colors will prove popular with passionate gamers."
Alongside standard matte black, the full range of R.A.T, mice (R.A.T.3, R.A.T.5, R.A.T.7, R.A.T.9 and M.M.O.7) will now be available in gloss-red, gloss-white and gloss-black colors, providing gamers a fashionable alternative for truly unique gaming.

Darren Richardson, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. stated, "Gamers continue to respond enthusiastically to our range of professional PC products, and we believe that the new range of colors will prove popular with passionate gamers."

Additional information available at: www.madcatz.com/news/rat-colors

About Mad Catz

Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. ("Mad Catz") (NYSE MKT: MCZ) is a global provider of innovative interactive entertainment products marketed under its Mad Catz® (gaming), Tritton® (audio), and Saitek® (simulation) brands. Mad Catz also develops flight simulation software through its internal ThunderHawk Studios™; operates flight simulation centers under its Saitek brand; publishes games under its Mad Catz brand; and distributes games and videogame products for third parties. Mad Catz distributes its products through most leading retailers offering interactive entertainment products and has offices in North America, Europe and Asia. For additional information please go to www.madcatz.com.

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