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Shooter in the Skies Comes to Xbox - Comanche Facts & Screens

by Rainier on Oct. 17, 2001 @ 12:49 p.m. PDT

NovaLogic today officially announced that their globally successful Comanche® franchise would be coming to the Xbox™ video game system from Microsoft, in late 2002. Comanche® will be the first title developed by the company for the future generation system.
Comanche® on Xbox™ will offer gamers fast and thrilling 3rd/1st person arcade shooting action, while flying the US Army’s next generation armed reconnaissance helicopter.

“Taking advantage of the amazing technology offered by Xbox™, the game will include the most incredible graphics ever seen in a helicopter shooter, including dense foliage and realistic rotor wash effects on the ground and over water,” Commented Wally Wachi, Producer on the game.

Along with a variety of missions in different world locations, the game will also include features such as power-ups and bonus items that can be discovered and unlocked throughout the game. As well as single player mode, Comanche® will feature standard console multiplayer options and large-scale online support, details of which will be announced nearer release next year.

About Xbox
Xbox is Microsoft’s future-generation video game system that delivers the most powerful games experiences ever. Xbox empowers game artists by giving them the technology to fulfill their creative visions as never before, creating games that blur the lines between fantasy and reality. Xbox will be available in North America on November 8, 2001 at the suggested retail price of $299.99. (Reseller prices may vary)

About NovaLogic Ltd
NovaLogic Ltd is the European arm of NovaLogic, Inc. based in Calabasas, California. Founded in 1985, NovaLogic Inc. is a leading developer and publisher of entertainment software.

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