The story begins in Sweden. Sven - our hero - is designated to go to a distant village and meet with two local resistance soldiers. He eventually travels through Eastern Europe to reach Greece - where the game's final chapter will take place. Sven will visit other countries along the way - including Poland and Slovakia. The main plot is about the Wunderwaffe - a superweapon the Nazis hope to use against the free world. Sven discovers the plans - but it's too late to ask for help. Our hero must save the day all by himself. A demo is expected soon and they have released a list of new "features" that we can expect to see in their new Mortyr II WIP version. Read more for new screens ...
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SEGA today announced that "Otogi - Myth of Demons" is currently in development and will be released in the U.S. this September, exclusively for the Xbox. Read more for additional information ...
KOEI Corporation today announced plans to release G1 Jockey 3, for the PlayStation2. G1 Jockey 3 captures of all the excitement, action and splendor of one of America’s most beloved spectator sports, thoroughbred racing.
Enigma: Rising Tide is an alternate history World War II naval battle game. The core project is a massively multiplayer game that may be extended to other platforms. Within a year, will be available as a Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG). Tesseraction is designing, creating, testing and releasing the MMOG game title using Intrinsic Alchemy. GMX Media picked up the distribution right for the offline version which is due in March 2003. The demo lets you take control of two vessels - an I-15 British Submarine and a British Flower Class Corvette. You can either take up the role of a sub-hunter or join a wolf pack and attack a convoy. Read more for download links ...
Videogame co-publishing company, Tri Synergy, sets sail with an all-new RTS trading adventure, Port Royale. Set in the 16th and 17th century, Port Royale immerses gamers in the historic rivalry between pirates and buccaneers. As a pirate or trader, players embark on a journey through the Caribbean “New World” where they must establish their reputation, build plantations and construct trade routes throughout 60 villages. Port Royale is scheduled to ship in Q2 of 2003.
Vivendi and Interplay today announced the development of Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II, the sequel to the award-winning hit Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance. This unique action/role-playing game is being developed by Interplay's Black Isle Studios, known for their high quality role-playing games, and will be released for the PlayStation2 and the Xbox. Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II will be distributed by Vivendi Universal Games. Read more for features and the first initial screens ...
- RTX Red Rock Q&A with Reeve Thompson of LucasArts on Playstation Ultra
- Deus Ex: Invisible War Q&A with members of Ion Storm on HomeLAN
- Lionheart Q&A with Ion Hardie & Eric Dallaire of Reflexive on JustRPG
- Hybrid Q&A with Vulcan Software's Paul Carrington on Gamers Click
- Deux Ex: Invisible War Q&A with Bill Money of Ion Storm on GDXbox
- Mortyr II Q&A with Andrzej Wilewski of Mirage Interactive on Action Vault
- Counter-Strike: Condition Zero Q&A with Ritual's Richard Gray on GameHelper
- Captain Scarlet Q&A with Philip Harris of Batfish Studios on Hardwired
- Wish Q&A with Mutable Realms' James C. Moffet on HomeLAN
Medieval: Total War - Viking Invasion challenges players to control eight new factions, including the Vikings themselves, the Saxons, Scots, Irish, Welsh and Picts, and embark on a campaign to dominate the British Isles. With a wealth of new historical heroes, players can lead a range of new units into battle, including Viking Berserkers, Saxon Huscarles and Fyrdmen, while conducting sieges enhanced by the introduction of flaming arrows and boiling oil. Check these 8 new screens ...
A post from last week on Gameplanet says that the latest New Zealand release schedule from Electronic Arts lists a new add-on called Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons scheduled to ship in September of this year. No further details are provided other than a listed $49.95 MSRP or $28.00 in the U.S (thanks Bluesnews).
ARUSH Entertainment, Groove Games and Digitalo are pleased to announce that the 2-level multiplayer demo of the much-anticipated FPS Devastation has been released. The demo lets gamers play Devastation’s “Streetwar” (just like Deathmatch) and Capture the Flag game types over a LAN or online. It features two amazingly detailed environments, the Embarcadero Depot, and the abandoned Union Rail Yard. The maps are stocked with amazing weapons, including the powerful P*Laser and the remote-controlled Rat Drone. They have now updated the multiplayer demo and included the fix issued yesterday. Read more for download links ...
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