Vietnamese developer Emobi Games announces 7554
, a single-player, military first-person shooter set in 1954 during the conclusion of the French Indochina War. The game is expected in February 2012, and we have a few screenshots
and the following details:
Emobi Games is proud to announce 7554. 7554 is the first major video game developed by Vietnamese company and made available in North America. 7554 is currently set for a February 2012 release date in North American and will be available exclusively for PC for $12.00 USD. The title of the game, 7554 (7 May 1954) represents is the day the French army in Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam surrendered to the Vietnam People’s Army thereby withdrawing occupation of all Indochinese colonies.
“There has never been a video game of this size and scope from Vietnam and that fact alone gives us a lot of national pride. It is our privilege and our challenge to create a first person shooter that gamers will enjoy playing. And though 7554 is based on historical events, it is not an attempt to recreate the past, but rather it is a vehicle meant for entertainment,” said Nguyen Tuan Huy, Director of Emobi Games.
7554 is a first person shooter set against the historical backdrop of the climatic conclusion to the first Indochina War between the Vietnam People’s Army revolutionaries and the oppressing French army. The single player campaign puts gamers on the front line of a colonial independence movement locked in battle against a technologically more advanced modern Western occupier.
Players will experience the colonial movement’s growth from insurgent guerrilla band to a conventional army using Nvidia’s PhysX engine and Havok’s Vision Engine 8. 7554 will be release on December 16, 2011 in Vietnam and in February 2012 in North America.
For more information about 7554, please visit http://www.emobigames.vn/EN/Games/7554.html.