Conflict: Global Terror

SCi announces Conflict: Global Terror, the fourth edition in the Conflict series, in a departure from previous installments:
SCi announce fourth CONFLICT title: CONFLICT: GLOBAL TERROR

SCi Games, one of Europe's leading games publishers, today announced the title of the next game in the no.1 selling Conflict series, as CONFLICT: GLOBAL TERROR.

CONFLICT: GLOBAL TERROR, due for release in autumn 2005, is set in the very near future and focuses on the increasing threat of terrorism gripping the World. Developed by Bath-based Pivotal Games, CONFLICT: GLOBAL TERROR takes the Conflict brand in a new direction from previous installments of the best-selling games series.

Teaming up once again with the original Desert Storm Delta Force - Bradley, Foley, Connors and Jones - your four men now form part of an elite anti-terrorist unit tasked with minimising the worldwide threat from active global terrorist groups. The game takes place across the world, in a number of different and hostile locations and against a merciless and corrupt enemy; this is your squad's greatest challenge to date.

Ray Livingston, Product Manager for SCi Games said; "Without giving away too much at this early stage, CONFLICT: GLOBAL TERROR has taken all the best bits from the previous three games and added a whole lot more. We are conscious of keeping fans of the previous games happy while at the same time attracting a new audience to the Conflict brand and we're sure the result will do just that."

CONFLICT: GLOBAL TERROR will be available on Sony PlayStationTM 2, Microsoft XboxTM and PC in autumn 2005
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Apathy curve:

that's nice. Now give me the total body count from terrorist activities, and from various "legitimate" state actions, like, oh lets say Nicaragua. They may be numerous, but relatively speaking "terrorist" attacks are not really too devastating.

Somehow, when a nation commits atrocities (and I'm speaking generally here, not only reffering to the US) its all OK, but when the same is done by another group, oh look out, the terrorist menace is coming to get you.

Aside from all that, I just wish game devs would take more than half an hour to come up with stories. I mean, c'mon, the entire plotline for this game could not be more generic if they tried. At least add some depth, Good vs Evil shit like this just appeals to the lowest common denominaator, though I guess that sells games these days..

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