Browsing All posts tagged under »Tripwire Interactive«

More Than Just Crosshairs

April 19, 2012

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After their initial success breaking into the business with two hit games, Tripwire Interactive was vaulted up to their (deserved) pedestal of Indie Developer greatness. But that just wasn’t enough for them. They wanted to challenge the big boys in the video game industry. In the words of PCGamer, they intended to “beat Call of Duty Black […]

ROLaddergate

March 10, 2012

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Respect and honesty. Two basic, universal tenets of ethics that should apply even in the world of computer games. I expect to receive some negative backlash from writing this story, but it’s one that needs to be told.  Tripwire Interactive is solely responsible for the death of the Red Orchestra competitive community, including the longest […]

RO2: Far From Heroic

January 30, 2012

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Oh the feeling of waiting for something for so long and then once it finally arrives……it’s a major disappointment. That pretty much sums up my reaction to the game Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad. After devoting myself to its predecessor for nearly 5 years, I certainly (and rightfully) had my hopes up for a […]