Tagged: combat

Full Auto 2 Blasting its Way to PSP

Ditching the Xbox 360 altogether, Sega has announced that Full Auto 2: Battlelines is being developed for the PSP; the PS3 version is already available. To top it off, there are going to 56 exclusive single-player events in the story mode, 15 selectable cars specifically designed for the handheld, numerous multiplayer and arena modes, and a host of new weapons.

Full Auto 2: Battlelines for the PSP is currently being developed by Deep Fried Entertainment. Players can get behind the wheel of 15 different vehicles in Full Auto 2: Battlelines each with customizable skins. Vehicles can also be customized with a multitude of weapons including grenades, M60’s, M203 grenade launchers, aircraft guns, mortars, fire & forget radar-guided missiles, and heat-seeking missiles. Taking on more than 15 original tracks in the game, players will immediately notice how Full Auto 2: Battlelines pushes the PSP’s technological boundaries with breathtaking displays of destruction, physics, and speed.

In the 56 event single player campaign, players will battle through a variety of challenging modes, achieve a multitude of goals, and destroy numerous rivals – all the while destroying the environment and using the destruction to their advantage. Full Auto 2: Battlelines features three unique new districts on the PSP, each offering six tracks including Point-to-Point, Circuit, and Arena levels. The multiplayer portion of the game features different race modes via ad-hoc connections such as Head-On and Down & Back, or challenge others in Arena Deathmatch modes – all of which contain a variety of objectives. Full Auto 2: Battlelines for the PSP also implements the fan-favorite Unwreckâ„¢ feature, which enable players to turn back time and take another shot at a treacherous turn, avoid a deadly obstacle, or simply avoid enemy fire. All the action is backed by a heart pounding sound-track featuring Stone Sour, Sum 41, We Are Scientists, Wolfmother and others.

The game will be out on PSP sometime next year.

Novadrome Aiming for XBLA

From the creator of the infamous Carmageddon series comes Novadrome, a vehicle-combat title for Xbox Live Arcade. Announced by BVG, the game is in development at Stainless Games and will put players behind the wheel of an armed, buggy-style vehicle to face off in gladiatorial action on a distant planet.

The game will feature both single and multiplayer modes, 24 unique vehicles, 15 arenas, boss encounters and more. It will be out this Holiday season.

F.E.A.R. Combat Released

F.E.A.R. Combat has been released, offering the multiplayer component of Monolith’s horror FPS as a free download. You can find details here, and download it from the Official Website, 3D Downloads, 3D Gamers, AusGamers, Computer Games, Filecloud, FileFront, GameArena, Gameguru Mania, Gamer’s Hell and Worthplaying.

F.E.A.R. Combat Details

Information has finally come out on F.E.A.R. Combat, which is going to be a totally free multiplayer component for the horror-shooter. It will be made available to the public as a free download on August 17, the day the teaser site‘s countdown ends on.

Offering all the updates, additional official maps and official game modes in a free package, Combat will let users play against owners of the retail version of F.E.A.R. as well as other Combat users. The free package will offer 10 multiplayer game modes, 19 multiplayer maps, 12 weapons, Punkbuster support and the ability to download user-generated content.

Full details on the game modes and maps after the jump.
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F.E.A.R. Combat is Coming

A new F.E.A.R. website has gone up, teasing us with the tagline “COMBAT IS COMING”. There’s only a countdown on the site, with 18 days remaining, along with a registration link for those wanting more information.

No details were provided, but many are speculating that this is the about the addition of team-based combat to the horror FPS, though it is yet to be validated.

Auto Assault Merger

There is word on the Auto Assault website of a merger between the North American and European servers. Further details of the merger, which occurs on July 13, can be found on the game’s official European forums. Apparently, the union will result in a single server located in North America and “a much more satisfying and diverse gameplay experience” due to increased server population.

Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics Announced

D&D nerds can indulge in their obsession on the go: Atari has announced Dungeons & Dragons: Tactics for the PSP, marking D&D’s arrival on the handheld scene. Utilizing the 3.5 rule-set created by Wizards of the Coast, the game will allow players to take a party of six into a wide variety of environments to experience turn-based action. In development at Kuju, D&D: Tactics will be released this Holiday season.

Players will be taking on the role of a mortal child caught between the conflicts of two competing dragons. Alignment in the game is said to be critical, as it will affect the storyline. Base character classes will include Barbarian, Bard, Cleric, Druid, Fighter Monk, Paladin, Ranger, Rogue, Sorcerer and Wizard. Five Prestige Classes are available, as are two Psionic classes, the Psion and the Psychic Warrior. Players will be able to customize their characters and store as many as their memory stick can handle.

As expected, Tactics will include a co-op mode allowing like-minded gamers go through the single-player game as a team. There will also be a Deathmatch mode that will include a series of special arenas, as well as randomly-generated and populated Dungeon Bash, allowing one to fight another with their saved parties.

The game will be playable in Atari’s booth (#4003, Petree Hell) at E3.

Further information can be found after the jump in the form of a fact sheet.
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Panzer Command Unveiled

A Panzer Command: Operation Winter Storm product page unveils the upcoming turn-based WWII armored combat game. The title will feature both Germans and Soviets and will offer the opportunity to fight for both countries. Not much information can be gleaned from the page itself, but as a consolation, this page offers some screenshots from the project.