Serious Sam Xbox goes gold

In the US; European version very close to approval

The US version of Serious Sam for the Xbox has gone gold, with the European version awaiting final approval, according to Croatian developer Croteam. The Xbox game combines the best elements of the First and Second Encounter PC releases. Croteam is promising enhanced visuals (which remain true to their trademark cartoony, Doom-esque style), 36 levels in total (some of the bigger PC levels had to be split, but if anything this has improved load times and made the game a little easier to palate), as well as the co-operative aspect which made the PC games so endearing.

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