Archive for September, 2010
Another interview and gameplay video from PAX has made its way up onto the web… this time from MarkeeDragon.com. The RO faithful may not have heard of this site – they specialize more in the MMO world – but the word is spreading! The piece starts with explaining RO to those who don’t know it, but then moves on to cover a good 30 minutes about Heroes of Stalingrad, so listen through it.
Click HERE to see the video.
We had the opportunity to jump on the PC Gamer podcast this week, firstly to return fire on some of this week’s statements about the death of PC gaming and the lack of good first-person shooters – and then to talk a little more about Tripwire, about RO2 and Killing Floor and about publishing other titles, including The Ball and Dwarfs.
The podcast is online here: http://www.pcgamer.com/2010/09/24/pc-gamer-us-podcast-241-%e2%80%93-safeties-off/ - go and have a listen, throw in a bunch of comments. Let PC Gamer see how much you want to hear about us!!
Edge magazine ran a feature on the development industry in Georgia recently, including coverage on Tripwire. For all those who didn’t get a chance to see it in print, that article is now available online at: http://georgia.next-gen.biz/. Just click on the link to take a look at the article.
Our good friends at Game Trailers came by to see us again at PAX. This time they recorded some territory gameplay while John walked them through our latest unveiled level, Fallen Fighters, a 1:1 recreation of the square in Stalingrad. For those new to the Red Orchestra franchise this video will teach you about the original RO gametype. You will also have a chance to listen to John tell tales of the team sharing a bottle of vodka with the museum curator of the museum that resides in the iconic Univermag as the team toured the site. You can find the video here:
Check out the GamesCom and PAX 2010 RO:HOS screenshots: