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Cenega to publish Korea

Forgotten Conflict coming to PC and Xbox

Cenega has signed up to release Plastic Reality's Korea: Forgotten Conflict on PC and Xbox, with a launch date target of mid-2003. From what we've seen and heard so far, Forgotten Conflict is shaping up to be a bit like Commandos 2, combining elements of real-time strategy and more traditional action-based war games. The environments, weapons, personnel and situations are all said to be extremely realistic, and the first two screenshots of the game demonstrate some highly detailed areas, including a train depot - the final version of the game will be packed to bursting with flashes of buzzword graphical effects like dynamic shadows and lighting, and a comprehensive range of weather effects.

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