Strategy First is pleased to announce today that Celtic Kings, the highly praised real-time strategy game, developed by Haemimont Games, has gone gold.
"The feedback we have received for Celtic Kings has been great, "said Pro Sotos, Product Manager for Strategy First. "At E3, people were amazed by the detailed graphics and depth of gameplay. The mix of strategy and role playing elements really makes for an addictive game."
Celtic Kings is a real-time strategy game that mixes strategy and role-playing elements, with online multi-player features. The adventure takes place in ancient Gaul. Four mighty forces battle for power: the brave Gauls, the mighty Romans, the vicious Teutons and the mysterious Druids. Using various military tactics and strategies, the player must control the actions of the Gaul hero Larax and lead him to victory.
Find more on the Celtic Kings website: www.haemimont.com/celtickings/
Now, for the news on Prince of Qin:
Montreal, Quebec. July 31st, 2002 Publisher Strategy First and developer Object Software are pleased to announce that the action RPG Prince of Qin has gone gold.
"This title has been compared to Baldurs Gate and Diablo," says Pro Sotos, Product Manager for Strategy First. "It was definitely one of our most popular games at E3 this year so were eager to finally bring it to the public."
"We are excited about the potential of Prince of Qin in North America," says Richard Wallis, Chief Executive Officer of Object Software. "We believe the title will give gamers a very different experience with its unique gameplay concepts and deep historical setting."
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