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Replay Signs To GameCock For Sabotage

Germany based developer Replay Studios has announced that it will be signing to Gamecock to release its next gen console and PC stealth-action title Sabotage, with players taking on the role of real-life WWII British secret agent Violet Szabo in an

Brandon Boyer

August 22, 2007

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Germany based developer Replay Studios has announced that it will be signing to Gamecock to release its next gen console and PC stealth-action title Sabotage, with players taking on the role of real-life WWII British secret agent Violet Szabo in an attempt to fell the Third Reich. Expected to launch in the fall of 2008, Replay says the game will play out "through Violet’s mind as she lay prostrate in a hospital bed towards the end of the war," and will feature a surreal air of "washed out backdrops" and "vivid combat sequences." Replay and Gamecock also promise "reathtaking visuals combined with highly intelligent AI and a fully interactive environment" with a "plethora of options" for players as they take on the Nazi army. Said 'el presidente de Gamecock Media Group' Harry Miller, “Not only is Sabotage a visually beautiful game, but it has some incredibly innovative gameplay that will certainly be a welcome addition to the industry. The team at Replay is incredibly passionate about this title and that’s exactly why we want to work with them.”

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