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Platform Win Publisher GT Interactive Developer Cavedog Entertainment Release Date 09/30/1997

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Uber discounts Planetary Annihilation to $49.99

Linux, Mac and Windows PC users can now grab Uber Entertainment's real-time strategy game, Planetary Annihilation, at a permanently discounted price of $49.99 from the Uber Store, Steam and Humble Store, according to an update from the developer. The game entered beta via digital distribution platforms such as Steam Early Access in September for $59.99. Usually games that are released through early access programs — which allow gamers to purchase and play games before completion — increase in price as developers improve the game's quality. "For us, these kinds of permanent price drops are symbolic of the strides we've made with the core Planetary Annihilation experience," the post reads. "Since the debut of beta and its monstrous feature set, we've targeted the game's feel and...

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Wargaming looks to Total Annihilation, Master of Orion for inspiration

That doesn't mean the company won't ever step outside the realm of reality to create new sorts of gaming experiences, just that they are historic military simulators and any fictional world they create will never mingle. "I don't think we're going to move away from history accuracy where we make tanks with lasers or something arcadey," said Chris Cook, director of Wargaming.net's North American PR. In August, Wargaming.net acquired the intellectual property for Total Annihilation and Master of Orion from an Atari bankruptcy auction. At the time Wargaming.net's CEO Victor Kislyi said that the company is "more than willing to give a new lease of life to these games." The real-time strategy game Total Annihilation was developed by Cavedog Entertainment and released in 1997 for Mac and...

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Wargaming.net acquires Total Annihilation and Master of Orion IPs

Wargaming.net, the developer/publisher behind World of Tanks, World of Warplanes and World of Warships, acquired the intellectual property for Total Annihilation and Master of Orion in the recent Atari bankruptcy auction, the company announced today. The real-time strategy game Total Annihilation was developed by Cavedog Entertainment and released in 1997 for Mac and Windows PC. It was followed by a handful of expansion packs. Developer Simtex's turn-based Master of Orion dates back to 1993, and sequels followed in 1996 and 2003. "Total Annihilation and Master of Orion are strategy game classics," said Wargaming.net CEO Victor Kislyi. "Although it's too soon to disclose any details, we are more than willing to give a new lease of life to these games most of us grew up playing. It's...

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Stardock secures Star Control franchise, developing reboot

Sins of a Solar Empire publisher Stardock secured the rights to the Star Control franchise with the intention of rebooting the series, the company announced today. Stardock will begin developing the sci-fi reboot this year, according to Brad Wardell, president and CEO. "We expect the new Star Control to come in the form of a reboot, similar to what Firaxis did with the XCOM series last year," Wardell said. "We are looking at Star Control 2 as a major source of inspiration." The process of selling the series' rights began earlier this year when Atari's U.S. division filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. At the time, Atari Inc. and its affiliates announced their intention to sell assets relating to Asteroids, Backyard Sports, Battlezone, Centipede, Humongous, Missile Command, Pong, Tempest...

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Atari seeking $22.2 million in bankruptcy auction

Atari will sell off its assets individually this July over a four day period after failing to find a bidder for its full catalog, the Wall Street Journal reports. The game publisher is seeking a minimum of $22.2 million in bids in an attempt to recoup some of its losses, according to a document filed with the U.S Bankruptcy Court on Wednesday. The U.S. arm of Atari first filed for bankruptcy protection on Jan. 21 in an effort to "break free" from its French parent company, Atari S.A., who was believed to be in debt; however, while the company attracted over 180 potential buyers, only 15 of those submitted preliminary bids for its catalog. As a result, Atari deemed none of the initial offers acceptable. "The Debtors believe that this type of a targeted bidding process affords the...

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Chris Taylor 'would love' to make Annihilation sequel, but not sure if fans are interested

Gas Powered Games' Chris Taylor "would love" to make a sequel to real-time strategy game Total Annihilation, but is unsure if fans would be on board, VG247 reports. Speaking with the publication at GDC, Taylor questioned what kind of mechanics players would enjoy and if they wanted a "boxed product experience." Although Taylor wants to make a sequel, he said, there are problems. "I would love to yes, but the problem is you can't just make a sequel to a game that's 17 or 16 years old," Taylor said. "You have to update and evolve it to fit into the current situation in the market. But it's a really complex question to answer because, do people want something that's been evolved, or do they want to just go back in time and imagine that it's 1998, and we're beginning work on Total...

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  • Windows
    • Released 09/30/1997
    • Publisher GT Interactive
    • Developer Cavedog Entertainment
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