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The first game to have a secret bonus (the programmer's credits) was Adventure (Atari 2600).


Saturday, April 17, 2004

:: Games :: PC ::
A sequel to Americas Army...

Ubisoft and the U.S. Army announced today that they have entered into a long-term agreement to develop and publish games based on the U.S. Army's industry leading America's Army game.

From IGN Wire, "America's Army is an excellent vehicle through which young adults can discover how Soldiers are developed and employed in the defense of freedom," said Colonel Casey Wardynski, originator and Director of the America's Army game project. "Ubisoft has extensive experience in producing best-selling military games and we're looking forward to getting their developers in the field with our Soldiers."
Get the full story here.

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:: Games :: PC ::
DreamCatcher Interactive to show four new PC games at E3

Dungeon Lords, SuperPower 2, Besieger, and Cold War to be demoed at booth #2228 in the West Hall at E3.

Dungeon Lords
Developed by D.W. Bradley and Heuristic Park
Release Date: Fall 2004

Combining the depth of an epic Fantasy RPG with FPS-style controls, Dungeon Lords brings the Action RPG to a whole new level. This 3D game offers a deep storyline shrouded in mystery and betrayal and features many playable races with myriad character classes. Players journey through an enchanted land of ancient castles, dark forests, and dungeon lairs, braving an army of diabolical foes to uncover secrets lying hidden within the depths of an evolving storyline. The game offers Real time player control of all combat tactics, detailed character hero development, 4 completely different schools of magic and multiple class specializations.

SuperPower 2
Developed by Golem Labs
Release Date: Fall 2004

SuperPower 2 is the only global geopolitical simulation game which allows players to control entire countries. Players control countries in 3 major areas: political, economic and military, but this time, in a beautiful real-time 3D environment. Players build up their own countries and increase their influence in the broader world while competing against sophisticated A.I. Along the way, gamers make use of economic sanctions, political alliances, and military actions to wage their battles. SuperPower 2 offers the ability to fine-tune each country's performance, from creating or breaking treaties, to making tactical decisions in particular military conflicts.

Developed by Primal Studios
Release Date: Summer 2004

A Real-Time 3D Strategy, Besieger is set in a medieval fantasy world in which rival players wage war as either Viking or Cimmerian warriors. This story-based game involves a series of quests that determine the game's eventual outcome. As well as the bloody battles, each player must create an economy to allow them to construct or upgrade 40 types of buildings and more than 50 different units for battle. They will also 'create' and train workers for fighting and other survival skills. This experience and fighting efficiency carries over as each level is conquered.

Cold War
Developed by Mindware Studios
Release Date: Winter 2004

Cold War follows the story of John Rawlins a freelance journalist who finds himself in the midst of an international conspiracy that aims to control the U.S.S.R. Twelve hours after arriving in Moscow for a routine story, John has been stripped of all possessions, beaten unconscious and thrown into the KGB's political prison. Using only recovered weapons and improvised gadgets, he must now evade or overcome elite Soviet forces and defeat the conspiracy before he is sent to a Siberian prison camp or killed. Cold War is set in real Soviet locations, and is built around locations such as Lenin's Mausoleum, Chernobyl and the KGB's notorious Ljubljanka prison.

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:: Games :: PC :: Game Boy Adv :: Gamecube :: PlayStation2 :: Xbox ::
Next Harry Potter game to coincide with movie release

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkabam to be released in June as movie hits the theaters.

From IGN, "The next Harry Potter flick, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkabam, will hit theaters in June. And to coincide with the theatrical release, Electronic Arts will again publish a Game Boy Advance version of the film. The GBA game is being developed by Griptonite Games, this time as an RPG design. It will feature puzzles, creatures, and mini-games based upon the situations and characters from the film."

GameCube, PlayStation 2, PC, and Xbox versions of the game are also set to debut at the same time.

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Friday, April 16, 2004

:: Games :: PC ::
Your mom likely to be an online gamer

A growing number of online gamers are women over 35.

From Knight-Ridder, "Companies that offer such games online, including AOL and Microsoft, say that women over 35 make up about two-thirds of their audiences. Yahoo's games site says it has an audience of about 3.2 million women over age 35, about one-third of its total visitors. The demographic grew 24 percent in January from the year before, Yahoo said. Industry experts aren't sure why millions of women are so attracted to online gaming or why they don't prefer other types of video games. One theory is that women don't necessarily want games that require their full attention."

Posted by Al on 04/16 at 04:27 PM [0 Comments] [0 Trackbacks]

:: Games :: PC ::
Dark Age of Camelot expansion announced

Dark Age of Camelot: Catacombs to appear before the end of the year.

Mythic Entertainment, developer and publisher of the award-winning massively multiplayer online role-playing game "Dark Age of Camelot," today announced "Dark Age of Camelot: Catacombs," a retail expansion that introduces new challenges based on underground environments. The expansion will upgrade player character art throughout "Dark Age of Camelot," add fresh content and challenges to the game, and introduce new player classes. Mythic plans to make "Catacombs" available in December 2004.

"'Catacombs' deepens the world of 'Dark Age of Camelot' by adding new content beneath Albion, Hibernia, and Midgard," said Matt Firor, Vice President of Development and Executive Producer at Mythic Entertainment. "Instanced dungeons support a more casual gaming style by giving players exclusive play sessions for groups of all levels and abilities."

Catacombs' system of "player versus monster" instanced dungeons will allow more casual players of "Dark Age of Camelot" to quickly find and adventure in exciting and challenging areas geared to their level. By eliminating the need to search (and sometimes wait) for monster encounters, in "Catacombs," players generate private adventuring areas for their groups on their schedule.

New technical features for "Catacombs" include:

-Major art upgrade to "Dark Age of Camelot" player character models utilizing the EMotion FX 2 graphics engine that provides more detailed facial features, hairstyles, and skin tones as well as enhanced armor, clothing options and character animations.

-Instanced content will allow player groups to adventure in "private" dungeons.

-New content for "Catacombs" includes:

-Players can explore a new underground city for each Realm based on the backstory of one of the Realm's underground player races. Each city leads to new dungeons, catacombs, enemies, loot and adventures.

-One new playable class for each Realm.

-Content will be provided for all character levels.
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