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Submitted by phixion 854d ago | news

More help for Ivan and Martin

With the first public protests planned for the 26th of November in Prague, a letter of Czech President Vaclav Klaus to the Greek Government seems to bring a new momentum to the cases of the two imprisoned Bohemia Interactive Devs Ivan and Martin. The matter is now proclaimed an issue of international diplomacy between the two states, however the words of Klaus appear rather cautious and hollow, taking into account the tremendous weight of the accusations against the two. (ArmA 2, ArmA 2: Army of the Czech Republic, ArmA 2: British Armed Forces (DLC), ArmA 2: Reinforcements, ArmA 3, ArmA Armed Assault, Arma II: Combined Operations, ARMA II: Free, ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead, DayZ, PC)

Bonerboy  +   853d ago
Do these two have anything to do with Dayz development? Regardless, Im sure given the state of Greece and its economy; Greece assumes these two are multi millionaire devs or at least backed by a multi million dollar game company. Perhaps Greece is hoping to "cash in" before they agree to release these two innocent vacationers.
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bav  +   853d ago
Ivan and Martin worked on the Chernarus map, they were not directly involved in DayZ development. But they could have been involved in making Chernarus Plus for the Standalone, if they were not detained in greece. :/

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