If I have to give High Voltage Software at least one thing for Tournament of Legends, it would be that they have made quite a colorful game.
I’m just a bit curious who it is marketed to. I think it was supposed to be towards core gamers, but I haven’t really seen much interest. Maybe it will find a market when it releases.
The title has been pushed back to a July 2nd release date in Europe, but North Americans can still expect to pick it up on July 6th at the budget price of $29.99
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A fresh new Tournament of Legends trailer is out for all to enjoy this week. The trailer shows off some one on one gameplay between the gladiator fighter Marcus and the nature loving minotaur Bravehoof. Bravehoof sounds like Bidoof.
Tournament of Legends (Gladiator A.D.) has always looked a bit stale to me, but who knows. It looks like it might appeal to fans of the Punch Out series.
The Wii exclusive Tournament of Legends is set to launch July 6th.
Continue reading Tournament of Legends Trailer 2
Tournament of Legends, High Voltage Software’s Wii exclusive arena fighter, is getting pushed back in North America. Originally set for this May in North America, Tournament of Legends will now be hitting July 6th. Europe still has a May 2010 release window.
On the bright side, you will be able to save yourself some cash on this title. The game will be launching at the budget price of $29.95.
Continue reading Tournament of Legends gets Budget Price and Delayed; First Trailer
High Voltage Software announced Gladiator A.D. early last year and the title had a very realistic, and honestly some what generic, style. High Voltage Software has decided to change the games setting and art style quite a bit since its original announcement though.
Gladiator A.D. is being renamed to Tournament of Legends and has a more mythological approach to gladiator fighting. There is still one gladiator, but now the game includes a minotaur, a valkyrie, a stone golem, and more Mytholgical creatures.
With the new Mythology approach the team was able to go beyond normal melee attacks and added around 40 magic spells as well for certain characters.
These were most of the details announced in the press release, but IGN got some hands on time with the game and dug up some new details that go beyond the press release. Check out a quick rundown of the details from their impressions and a handful of screen shots from the press release after the jump.
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