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ShootMania Storm - Bringing On The Skill Of Battle

Pixels for Breakfast writes: During this year’s ParisGameWeek, France’s biggest game event, developer of Nadeo were present to showcase their newest games at their ManiaPlanet conference. The French studio that was acquired in 2009 by Ubisoft is responsible for the development of the TrackMania series. For those who are not familiar with the series, TrackMania is a racing game that essentially allows players to create and develop their own tracks, then share and compete with other players around the world. Nadeo is already 10 years old, but it seems like the studio is a success-story that has only just begun. With their soon to be released FPS game ShootMania Storm, and the announcement of TrackMania Valley and TrackMania Stadium, the studio is busy on a variety of projects. While we were there for the conference, we had a quick chance to speak with Florent Castelnérac, founder of Nadeo. (PC, ShootMania Storm)

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