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IronFall - another round of details



- mini-games and other elements will be included
- take cover in several ways
- action will sometimes take place on both screens
- story is set in the near future
- trouble comes from outer-space
- multiple control schemes, including touch screen and CPP support
- several months were needed to put together the team's “Big Bang Engine”
- development began two years ago
- two staffers have been working on the game for some time
- a third, Watch_Dogs technical lead Frederic Zimmer, joined recently
- set for Spring 2014 launch
- trailer due out this month

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18 Oct 2013 09:39

Cover Based Shooter on Nintendo System

When playing GoldenEye on the N64, one of my favorite parts was engaging in long range sniper battles where we would peek out from behind cover while trying to take each other down. Ever since then, I've always wanted a shooter that used cover as a main gameplay element.

There was Winback for the N64, then Perfect Dark Zero for the 360, and finally Gears of War.

None of them really gave me what I wanted or what I was looking for, but Gears was the closest to it. Unfortunately, Gears is not on any Nintendo system and I only own Nintendo systems.

I hope that IronFall is everything that I'm looking for. I hope that it includes multiplayer. I hope that it will eventually be released for the Wii U.
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18 Oct 2013 12:13

Hyawatta wrote:Cover Based Shooter on Nintendo System

None of them really gave me what I wanted or what I was looking for, but Gears was the closest to it. Unfortunately, Gears is not on any Nintendo system and I only own Nintendo systems.


Am I the ONLY person who played Rogue Trooper on Wii?
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18 Oct 2013 13:10

Reynard wrote:
Hyawatta wrote:Cover Based Shooter on Nintendo System

None of them really gave me what I wanted or what I was looking for, but Gears was the closest to it. Unfortunately, Gears is not on any Nintendo system and I only own Nintendo systems.


Am I the ONLY person who played Rogue Trooper on Wii?


Thanks! I will certainly try out Rogue Trooper for Wii. I just put it on the top of my GameFly que.
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18 Oct 2013 16:58

i'm more interested with actual aiming via wiimote, touchscreen, gyro heck mouse .

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