Factor 5 developing multiplatform game on all system

"Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 6, 2008 -- xaitment GmbH, one of the leading developers and service providers of artificial intelligence for the games and simulation industries, announced today that they will begin work with Factor 5 for the implementation of xaitment's AI system in the developer's yet-to-be-announced multi-platform title.

Factor 5 was founded over 20 years ago in Cologne, Germany. Now with their head office in San Rafael, California, Factor 5 is recognized as one of the most important independent and privately-owned, multi-platform development studios worldwide. The company is responsible for creating many highly-successful games, including the "Star Wars® Rogue Squadron®" series, "Indiana Jones®", the classic "Turrican®" and the PlayStation®3-exclusive "LAIR".

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Lord Anubis5046d ago

Factor 5 Selects xaitment for AI

* Real-time Strategy Games
* Role Playing Games
* Adventures
* First-Person-Shooter / Action Games
* Car-/ Driving-/ Racing-/ Traffic-Simulations
* Sport Games

InMyOpinion5046d ago

I bet it's a traffic simulator ;)

JasonPC360PS3Wii5046d ago

If it's "LAIR Sigma" they can keep it.

green5046d ago

agreed.better be something else and not lair sigma

mesh15046d ago

plz factor 5 we don't want greats games like lair on the original machine it was made on plzzz we don't want it over here we have great games like halo3,bioshock,mass effect so plz KEEP IT.

PS360WII5046d ago

Well I'm all for more games from Factor 5 so bring it on ^^

OC Shock Value5046d ago

Rogue Squadren (fingers and toes Crossed) and NO motion controls either unless its on Wii.. Or a new IP with Rogue Squadren quality.. The world really REALLY needs a new great flying game.. its been far 2 long

green5046d ago

The name Rogue Squadron sure rings a bell.Could you please remind me what it was about?

ThaGeNeCySt5046d ago

I wouldn't mind a new Rogue Squadron game though

JasonPC360PS3Wii5046d ago

Agree, the one for the gameCube was great Star Wars fun. I can still remember the TV ad, was as exciting as the Kill Switch TV ad.

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