Gold - Scrapland

Enlight sends word that Scrapland, the robotic action adventure developed by Mercury Steam Entertainment and produced by American McGee, is gold, and will ship early next month:
PARKVILLE, MD (October 26, 2004) - Enlight, a global publisher of PC and console games, today announced that the PC version of the highly anticipated action-adventure game American McGee Presents Scrapland has gone gold and will ship to retail stores nationwide in early November. Scrapland will carry a MSRP of $39.99 and has been rated T for Teen.

Scrapland is a unique blend of breathtaking graphics, open-ended gameplay and an engaging narrative that creates a fun and challenging experience that is a refreshing change of pace from the abundance of violent games currently on the market. The one of a kind game design and solid story clearly show the influence and polish that gamers have come to expect from a title with American McGee’s name on it. With over 40 hours of single player gameplay and fantastic multiplayer action, Scrapland is sure to satisfy the masses while setting a new standard in game design. The game will also be available in late January for the Xbox® video game system from Microsoft.

For additional information please visit http://www.scrapland.com.
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17 posts and 15 or so of senseless bitching.... bunch of women around here.
For anyone genuinely interested in THE GAME, I personally, was highly impressed with the demo.
Which was strange cause I hadn't heard a word about this game before the demo was released (and then removed).
But the graphics are very impressive- colorful and runs smooth as silk with everything cranked.
The game controls were balls on, didn't try it with a mouse so I'm not sure about mouse lag.
The main thing that grabbed me was how fresh the game felt- kind of a crazy mixture between GTA and The Jetsons.
The only bad thing I could say was that the flying levels seemed pretty difficult, bordering on frustrating- especially the race one.
But overall, I agreed that the demo felt very polished and got me interested in a game that I hadn't even seen coming down the pipe.
You might want to check it out.

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