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- Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn
of War Preview on Yahoo! Games Domain offers a conversation with Relic
Entertainment producer Jonathan Dowdeswell about the upcoming Warhammer RTS
game: "Our efforts have never been towards trying to re-create the tabletop
experience in a digital form. We've always been single-mindedly focused on
creating the most entertaining, visually stunning portrayal of futuristic
combat ever seen in an RTS. We hope players will be satisfied and impressed
by what they experience!" Thanks Frans.
- Operation Matriarchy
Operation Matriarchy Q&A on Experience Gaming talks with Sergey Lozovoy.
lead designer on Operation Matriarchy, MADia's upcoming stealth first-person
shooter, discussing, among other things, their science fiction influences,
though misspelling both Heinlein and Clarke is an unfortunate touch in this
D-Day Q&A on ninja grapefruit talks with the developers of the upcoming
World War II game: "We have three modes, these are: Deathmatch, Conquer and
Capture the flag. The first and the last modes are well known from lots of
other games, what is special is the Conquer. In this mode you objective is
to conquer as much HQs as possible, and every 3 minutes you get lot of
points to spend it on reinforcement. You can practically "buy" new units and
support, as you would do it in an RTS." There is also
German-language D-Day Q&A on GBase, which can be roughly translated via
- Bet on Soldier
Fed's Bet On Soldier Q&A talks with Roman Vincent of Kylotonn
Entertainment about their upcoming shooter: "The Bet On Soldier program was
created by the two federations to generate extra profits from the greed of
their soldiers. A B.o.S is a fight between two soldiers during a battle.
Each player must bet on their victory. Winning B.o.S fights allows players
to improve their ranking and move up to the higher leagues."
- The Sims 2
Sims 2 Q&A Part 2 on Warcry News Network concludes this article-format
conversation on Maxis' upcoming Sims sequel.
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