Tag Archives: wwii
Fri, Nov 18, 2011 | 15:31 GMT
City Interactive has announced Enemy Front, a FPS currently in works with ex-Codemasters developer Stuart Black as lead designer.
Fri, Oct 23, 2009 | 08:51 BST
Want to kill some more Nazis? Sure you do. Who doesn’t?
“I think you can probably expect at some point there’ll be another Brothers in Arms game,” Gearbox vice president Brian Martel told CBS11tv.
“You can probably expect that… If you look at the history of where we’ve been, where we’re going… That’ll be in the future for sure.”
Get some Borderlands in your life before going back to Germany. You may as well.
Wed, Feb 11, 2009 | 23:34 GMT
505 Games and FilePlanet are joining forces on the multiplayer beta for Men of War.
Registered users at FilePlanet are now able to download the WWII RTS’s beta before anyone else.
Once in, players can challenge others to 16-player multiplayer matches in four different modes, including Battle Zones, Capture the Flag, Combat and Combat FFA.
The beta includes nine maps spanning Europe and North Africa, and you can choose to fight for four different nations (Britain, Soviet Union, America, and Germany) each with its own unique units, vehicles and missions.
The Men of War beta is available to download now. The full game will be released exclusively on PC by 505 Games under the 1C Label in February.
Fri, Feb 01, 2008 | 22:09 GMT
Codemasters has revealed details of its US pre-order campaign for Turning Point: Fall of Liberty, the alternative history WWII shooter from developer Spark. US gamers who sign up early will get loads of weirdy Nazi-ish stuff, including post cards featuring game art, acces codes to “enhance the game experience”, a behind-the-scenes DVD and a 1931-53 timeline poster that shoud explain why there are swaztikas all over the Statue of Liberty. You cannot say fairer than that, you lucky, lucky people.
Turning Point is set in 1953, assumes the Nazis won WWII and starts with boatloads of mental Germans launching an attack on New York. “Late February” is when you’re going to get it, apparently.
Mon, Jan 28, 2008 | 12:04 GMT
We can’t clarify any of this with Activision, but this sourceless post claims Call of Duty 3 developer Treyarch will be developing the fifth game in the blockbusting shooter series, and that the setting will be back in good ol’ World War 2.
We’d take this with a pretty large pinch of salt until Activision says otherwise, especially given the Infinity Ward-developed, modern setting CoD4 just sold 7 million units and CoD3 was almost universally twatted for being “a bit rubbish”. Believe what you will.