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City Interactive Unveils Q1 2011 Release Schedule

by Rainier on Dec. 1, 2010 @ 11:15 a.m. PST

Publisher City Interactive announced details behind their new lineup of video games that are shipping in the first quarter of 2011.

“We had a strong product lineup this year and combined with our international expansion, have experienced significant growth to date with year-over-year revenues increasing over 200%”, stated Marshall Zwicker, City Interactive’s North American GM and EVP Sales & Marketing. “This success has enabled us to strategically grow our development capabilities and we are excited about our product and platform mix for 2011.”

New products scheduled for the first half of 2011 include:

  • Sniper: Ghost Warrior (PS3):  the first-person shooter hits PS3, and includes exclusive weapons, maps, online matches and much more for PlayStation fans.
  • TrackMania (Wii, DS):  the wildly popular, customizable racing game comes to the Wii and NDS.  Players construct increasingly challenging and creative race tracks, share them online and race against their friends in thrilling multiplayer matches.
  • Combat Wings: The Great Battles of WWII (PS3, X360, Wii): strap in as you embark on tons of action-packed air combat missions.  Take on the German Luftwaffe in the skies over Europe or battle the relentless waves of Japanese fighters over the Pacific.  Over 20 combat missions with over 25 American, British and Russian aircraft.
  • Chronicles of Mystery: The Secret Tree of Life (DSi): archaeologist and adventurer Sylvie Leroux joins forces with the shadowy Count Saint-Germain to uncover the truth behind the Tree of Life.  Join Sylvie as she embarks on a quest loaded with riddles, hidden clues, and danger as she travels across the globe from Venice and Cairo to the Rock of Gibraltar in her search for the legendary Tree of Life.
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