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by Thomas on Sept. 7, 2003 @ 1:00 a.m. PDT

Slightly shrunk CDV UK lets you know what's going on (with their games, not their office)...

  • No Man's Land
  • Lula3D
  • Breed
  • Codename: Panzers

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No Man's Land release on 26th of September!

September 26, 2003, will definitely mark the German release of the new and much awaited 3D real time strategy game No Man's Land from the Karlsruhe Publisher CDV Software Entertainment AG. Small change-overs in the logistics of individual trade partners led to the one week delay. In Great Britain, however, the game will be appearing earlier than expected. Parallel to the German release, No Man's Land will also bedazzle the strategists in the UK. The US release is planned for October 10, 2003.

Official Lula3D website online!

Enjoy the wild ride with Lula and accompany her on her search for the lost actors of her movie. The new website gives you an insight on the features as well as the visuals of the game. The game offers an interesting mix of erotic, action and adventure elements with the focus on the ultimate gameplay experience. Check out the new website now!

Brand new wallpapers on the BREED website!

Good news folks! We prepared 7 new wallpapers for your desktop on the official website of BREED. We included the whole vehicle pool of the USC including the fighter, scout, dropship, APC, tank, humvee and the buggy. Put your favourite vehicle on your desktop and get the new wallpapers in the download section of the official website!

By the way, there will also be a completely new ingame trailer as well, so stay tuned!

Meet a new character of Codename: Panzers!

Hans von Gröbel was born on May 10, 1910, in Leipzig, Germany. Following in the footsteps of his father, he decided to pursue a career in the military. He was admitted to the Reichswehr after having passed the difficult entrance examinations. His classmates got to know him as an honest, thoughtful, and determined young man who was born to lead others. In the years that followed, education and harsh physical training strengthened his character.

In 1933, he passed his final examinations and became a lieutenant in the German army. His colleagues liked and respected him, as did the soldiers under his command. Hans was satisfied with his position because soldiers of the Wehrmacht were getting new vehicles, new equipment, higher pay, and - most importantly - more respect. He unsuspectingly believed in a government that ended the economic crisis and reintroduced prosperity to his country. He couldn't know that due to that very same government the whole country was going to lie in ruins in just a few years time.

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