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Submitted by s8anicslayer 538d ago | interview

Escaping The Shooter Mold: How Oxide Plans to Revive The RTS

GI - "Last week saw the announcement of Oxide Games, a brand-new startup aimed at creating an all-new engine. That engine, Nitrous, is the work of former Civilization V developers Brian Wade, Tim Kipp, Marc Meyer and Dan Baker, with help from Stardock president Brad Wardell. The original announcement called Nitrous a 64-bit, multi-core engine designed for strategy games, but Nitrous is meant for more than just strategy." (Brad Wardell, Dan Baker, Dev, Nitrous, Oxide Games, PC, Stardock)

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