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Post by Dan @ 12:14pm 28/11/08 | 4 Comments
SEGA have released the first developer diary trailer for Stormrise, the post-apocalyptic real-time strategy title in the works at Creative Assembly's Brisbane studio (best known for their work on the Total War series).

The 3 minute video features commentary from the game's Aussie developers, discussing the storyline, how they are approaching console-focused RTS and the differences between the game's 2 main factions. Check it out right here on AusGamers.

They've also released a swag of new screenshots, stop by our Stormrise game page for the works. Stormrise is pegged for a 2009 release on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.



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Viz
Posted 01:12pm 28/11/08
Uh... I was excited at first, but then I read "console-focused." RTS and console do not mix... FFS...
Azaria
Posted 03:12pm 28/11/08
yeah you're right, just like how fps doesn't belong on console. I wish they never made Goldeneye damnit! Normal people would see trying to break moulds and innovate as a good thing...
Lynx
Posted 03:16pm 28/11/08
It would be an easy market -> lack of competition
JakeG
Posted 03:23pm 28/11/08
There is one RTS game that worked on console.. cant remember what it was called..

It was like robots fighting each other.. and there was a grid map where you choose a territory and battle ensures..
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