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Whiptail Interactive Announces Q4 2003 Lineup

by Rainier on Sept. 18, 2003 @ 2:25 p.m. PDT

Whiptail Interactive, a global publisher of PC games, today announced its Q4 2003 lineup. The slate will include arcade-style racing with R.C. Cars, action-adventure with Blade & Sword and the much anticipated POSTAL 2 Gold Edition, which will include the long-awaited multiplayer feature. These three exciting titles will ship to retail stores nationwide in October and November 2003.

Developed by Creat Studio, R.C. Cars is an arcade-style racing game that thrusts players behind the controls of lightning fast, miniature R/C cars. Racers hurtle over off-road courses that mimic real world environments while simultaneously navigating around people, animals, cars and other real-life obstacles that actively attempt to hinder their drive.

Blade & Sword is developed by Pixel Studios and combines exciting action fighting and RPG elements with mysterious martial arts from ancient China. Unlike traditional RPG methods of either turn-based or point and click attack, Blade & Sword gives players control of each move in the style of a Kung Fu action game.

POSTAL 2 Gold Edition, developed by Running With Scissors, delivers fourteen new levels of multiplayer, and dramatically reduced load times to one of the industry’s most notorious first person shooters.

“This Q4 lineup proves that Whiptail is anything but traditional when it comes to publishing games,” said Fred Heslop, President of Whiptail Interactive. “Not only are we not afraid to take risks, but we are also able to diversify and bring a range of quality titles to gamers of all types.”

For more information on Whiptail Interactive and its titles, please visit www.whiptailinteractive.com.

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