Tag Archives: Conflict: Denied Ops
Fri, Feb 08, 2008 | 09:34 GMT
According to this, anyone buying Conflict: Denied Ops through Steam will get the Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition completely free. You really can’t say fairer than that. “This offer ends on February 12th in North America, February 8th everywhere else,” said the statement.
Thu, Feb 07, 2008 | 17:57 GMT
SCEE has sent word of what you expect to find on the European PSN today. So we’re telling you what SCEE told us. See? Glad to see Sky Diving made it. Bargain for £3.49.
Sky Diving (SCEE) – £3.49
Conflict: Denied Ops (Eidos) – Free
Turok Demo (Buena Vista Games) – Free
Folklore Malion Pack (SCEE) – Free
MotorStorm Chinese New Year (SCEE) – Free
Lost Planet Trailer (Capcom) – Free
Pixel Junk Monsters Trailer (SCEE) – Free
WipEout Pulse Mirage Pack (SCEE) – £3.49
Tue, Feb 05, 2008 | 20:08 GMT
Radical. Conflict Denied Ops alters its difficulty dynamically as you work through its campaign, according to Pivotal’s Terry Watts, and for those determined to be harder than hard, there’s a hidden super-tough level only unlocked after you beat the hardest setting.
“We’ve got three difficulty levels, and a fourth that’s unlockable once you’ve completed the game,” said Watts. “But we’ve also got an auto-adjust difficulty level on the campaign structure, so as you work through the campaign, the game will get more difficult within its span, so Easy will become harder as it goes along, but will still remain within that Easy within that band. But yes there’s also a dynamic system that adjusts as you’re working through the campaign, so hopefully there’s enough control for the player and also the right difficulty balance as well.”
The latest in the successful shooter series allows solo control of two characters, which is being seen as a plus over games like EA’s Army of Two. Eidos is publishing this, and while there’s no fixed date we must be pretty close. The demo’s on Xbox Live already.
Sat, Feb 02, 2008 | 21:02 GMT
Eidos has moved to assure German gamers that the Xbox Live version of the Conflict: Denied Ops demo will be released in due course, and is currently in submission.
“The demo has always been planned for release in Germany and will be available on Xbox Live as soon as it is through testing in our internal QA dept,” Eidos UK PR Gareth Ramsay said here. “I hope this clears things up.”
The demo, as reported yesterday, has been held up because of edits made to the full game for violence-shy Germany. The demo released in other western countries hadn’t been cut, hence the delay.
Fri, Feb 01, 2008 | 11:04 GMT
According to Major Nelson, Xbox Live’s Conflict: Denied Ops demo isn’t being released in Germany. A German source this morning confirmed the reasoning.
“It hasn’t been banned here,” he told VG247. “It has an 18 rating, but it seems they made some cuts to it. So they’re not offering the uncut demo here.”
The shooter, releasing in Europe next week, takes the Pivotal-developed, Eidos-published series to the current generation of hardware, and even includes a soundtrack from Sega music favourite Richard Jaques. Fancy.