Computer & Video Games rounded up an interview with NovaLogic regarding its upcoming stand-alone addon Delta Force: Task Force Dagger. GameSpy talked with LucasArt's Garry Gaber to get some inside info on the upcoming expansion mission pack Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds: Clone Campaigns. New units, how its based on the upcoming Star Wars movie etc.. Korean Gaming Ground posted an interview with Blizzard's big man Bill Roper mainly discussing their upcoming real-time strategy game - WarCraft III (thanks voodoo). Planet Soldier has posted an interview with Matt Morton, an Associate Producer at Activision, to talk about SoF2. RPGVault has posted up a new interview with members of Arxel Tribe and Sinister Systems as they talk about their upcoming LithTech engine powered fantasy RPG Mistmare. (thanks homelan)
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Pre-order your copy today! Thats right, the long wait is almost over. Over five years of development has gone into this masterpiece of a game, so get your blood stained filthy hands even bloodier by pre-ordering the most intense action packed shooter ever made, Gore! Official Gore Pre-Ordering Sites: Electronic Boutique or GameStop
Ubisoft just informed us that they have released a new update patch for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon. This patch is compatible with the original Ghost Recon as well as the new addon Desert Siege. The patch will upgrade your current version to 22.214.171.124! You do NOT need to have update patch 1 installed prior to upgrading to the new version. Be aware that your version will no longer be compatible with Ghost Recon version 126.96.36.199 (sales version) and with version 188.8.131.52 (update 1). If you want to play with other players, they must also have upgraded to 184.108.40.206! This patch weighs in at a MASSIVE 43mb! Click "read more" for links and upgrade details.
The Amuze/Sega developed title Headhunter™ features what has been described as one of the most ambitious game soundtracks produced to date, utilizing an orchestra and a recording studio often used for feature film soundtracks. The forthcoming PS2 title features music composed, arranged, orchestrated and produced by Richard Jacques and recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London, England.
Everybody loves Unreal Tournament 2003 (ok ok ... not everybody, but you're on your own now ;P) so here are some new screenshots for you to enjoy ... looks like a beauty ;)
Breed is a cutting-edge science-fiction shoot-‘em up, which skilfully blends addictive, accessible, free-roaming gameplay with cutting-edge, state-of-the-art technology to expand not only the gameplay potential, but also the player’s perceived freedom within the game world. Today we got a few concept sketches of ground vehicles.
SouthEnd Interactive AB was founded in February 2000 by Anders Jeppsson, Daniel Jeppsson, Magnus Bergholtz, Peter Ekstrand and Lenny Olsson. All the founders are still working actively at SouthEnd.
Ubi Soft just announced Deathrow, a fast-paced team combat sport designed and developed by Swedish game developer SouthEnd Interactive, exclusively for the Xbox. In Deathrow, the world’s first true combat sport, there are no rules and full-contact aggression is not only legal, it’s required! The fastest, toughest players are victorious and the slow and weak are defeated. The game combines the lightning-fast gameplay of third-person action games with the cooperative team play and gritty roughness of rugby, offering a unique combat sport experience.
A bit later than usual today ... blame it on my FPS addiction and Global Ops. There is a new Buffy The Vampire Slayer (Xbox) Q&A over at Electric Playground talking with Harish Rao and David Stalker of Fox Interactive. If you want to know all about the new Black & White then head on over to PC.IGN for their Q&A with Lionhead Studios Peter Molyneux. Lone Gamers has a new Q&A with Piotr Krzywonosiuk of Tannhauser Gate about Mimesis Online giving more details about future developments, the development process, the games release, and more (thanks voodoo). RPG Vault serves up their 3th part of Gas Powered Games' "Dungeon Siege Q&A". Gamespy also has a brief interview with Big Huge Games programmer Jason Bestimt on Rise of Nations, talking the upcoming isometric RTS (thanks Blues).
Somewhere this week everybody should get his grubby hands on a copy of EA/Crave's "Global Operations", we had a chance to give it a test run and played it all the way through ... Campaign 1 has 13 missions, taking you all over the world and Campaign 2 is just the same but as the opposite team. The game sure is bloody (without extreme gore/limbs flying off), good gfx, loads of action. I somewhat found the AI to be lacking in respect to certain team members standing around in the open and getting shot without returning fire, especially the medic seems have issues while giving medical attention. The single player maps do not give many opportunities for 'sniper' fans to do their thing since there are not really any "open" or "wide" maps. So for all you First Person Shooter (FPS) and Counterstrike fans out there, 60 shots taken from all missions to keep you happy until you got your own copy! Njoy!!!
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