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Submitted by killyourfm 2049d ago | interview

Interview: Antonio Santamaria of Artech Studios, 'Naval Assault' developer [Examiner]

Jason Evangelho writes:
505 Games recently released Naval Assault: The Killing Tides, a submarine-based action shooter inspired by the aquatic battles and subs of World War II. It's an accessible and suspenseful title by a developer who's been kicking out code since 1982.

After the game went gold, we had an opportunity to chat with Antonio Santamaria, Head of Engineering at Artech Studios, about the historical settings of Naval Assault, the team's past experience, and whether or not players will get to sink those dastardly U-Boats. (505 Games, Artech Studios, Naval Assault: The Killing Tide, Xbox 360)

Queasy  +   2049d ago
Good interview. They picked a bad week to release the game though.
killyourfm  +   2049d ago
No kidding. It was released during E3 and there isn't even a Metacritic entry for it yet O_O

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