We just launched the Tripwire Humble Bundle, which includes RO1 and RO2, plus the current Killing Floor bundle if you pay over the average price. PLUS all three soundtracks! The Bundle runs for the week from 2 Apr through 9 Apr. Time to go grab copies of 3 great Tripwire games!
As we spot it, we’ll post it here on the front page for you – if you spot coverage, please point it out in the relevant forum post! So here we go:
Gamespot were busy recording a demo – nice high quality – with Tony Gilham explaining what is going on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exAZhChUWH0. Go watch it (and comment, like and all the rest) on Gamespot’s Youtube channel!
And the next GDC exclusive to announce is with EVOLVE (https://www.evolvehq.com/welcome). On this Wednesday afternoon (27th March, 3pm Pacific/6pm Eastern/10pm UK/11pm Central European Time) we will be showing a full gameplay session of Rising Storm LIVE, just as it happens. We’ll be sitting with the Evolve team, including host Blake Morse of GlassHome.TV, plus a bunch of the Rising Storm test crew and developers, in San Francisco, with the gameplay streaming live via Twitch TV, to the following sites:
- Twitch TV’s home page: http://www.twitch.tv
- Evolve’s Twitch TV page: http://www.twitch.tv/evolvehq
- Evolve’s own website: http://www.evolvehq.com/live
So, if you want to see the first ever broadcast of live gameplay footage of Rising Storm, make a note in your diary for Wednesday afternoon and come and watch! Tell all your friends who have been waiting to see the Red Orchestra franchise take on the Pacific Theater. Knee mortars. Flamethrowers. Banzai charges…
Just released – a brand new trailer for the upcoming Rising Storm, the next game in the Red Orchestra franchise, available now on Gamespot.
The trailer gives you a chance to get an impression of some of the maps – iconic locations in the Pacific Theater such as Guadalcanal, Saipan and Iwo Jima. It also gives you a great chance to see some of the new weapons in action – the Japanese knee mortar, their rifles, the well-loved Garand and Springfield rifles and the American flamethrower. Not forgetting the Japanese ability to banzai-charge, with leaders waving katanas!