Major Nelson's blog reveals Double Fine's tower defense game is headed to Europe; title to be renamed "Iron Brigade" globally.
Double Fine's Trenched hit Xbox Live Arcade in June this year. It drafted players into the world of the Mobile Trench Brigade and charged them with the Earth's safety, following the evil invading technical terrors known as the Monovision.
Now, European gamers will be able to experience the joys of Trenched when the game hits XBLA in EU territories in September, albeit with a new name: Iron Brigade. The announcement was made official on the blog of Major Nelson, director of programming for Xbox Live.
According to the post, Trenched will be renamed globally, not just in the EU territories.
Trenched sees players erecting stationary defensive constructions and lurching about in their mechs, and it features an online co-op mode.
For more, see GameSpot's review of Trenched.
Not a fan of the name change, but it's better than nothing. I've never had a downloaded game switch it's title on me before...This should be interesting to see.
no DLC release in america yet, dont get you hopes up.......i just wish it had a horde more or something similar.
@KUNG-LO i wouldnt put any money on it mate haha, but i feel your pain. i cant believe its taken so long.
Finally about freakin time !!" How long ? How long have they has us waiting in Europe for this game ? I hope there is some kind of incentive for buying this so late after the Americans like extra free Bots(parts)/guns/maps/DLC. Something. :angry: :(
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