Bombshell, an upcoming ARPG from the makers of Duke Nukem and 2013's Rise of the Triad reboot, was revealed last year in May with an extremely vague teaser trailer, featuring a girl with a robot arm sitting around and aiming guns. The latest trailer, on the other hand, appears to have some actual in-game footage.
Last night, the publisher Interceptor Entertainment announced a video game called Bombshell. They put up a website and teaser trailer, which you can watch above.
3D Realms, the beleaguered original developer of Duke Nukem Forever, will be acquired by a Danish firm that had been set to publish a new Duke Nukem game until both were sued last week by Gearbox Software.
"We have acted in good faith and are working towards a resolution," says the CEO and game director of Interceptor Entertainment, which was due to publish a Duke Nukem game by 3D Realms before Gearbox Software filed a lawsuit Friday. "We are not all out of gum."
The studio that spent 12 years unable to finish Duke Nukem Forever and the one that finally did in 2011 are back in court again, this time over a Duke Nukem game for PC and PlayStation that was teased earlier this month.
And a kick-ass trailer, too. Of course.
Rise of the Triad, the insanely fast-paced remake of the classic '94 Apogee first-person shooter, will be released on the PC in just a month, on July 31. Pre-ordering also gets you four more classic Apogee titles, including the original Rise of the Triad with its expansion pack, and the two Blake Stone games. Not bad.
Here's almost eighteen minutes' worth of awesome-looking, insanely fast multiplayer footage from Interceptor Entertainment's remake of Apogee's 1995 shooter, Rise of the Triad. The game's coming out this summer.
When I see it in action, the insane pacing of Rise of the Triad looks seizure-inducing. I don't mean that in a bad way; it's frenetic, fast and furious, and its old school action will no doubt endear it to many.