Electronic Arts has announced that it will release Cel Damage, its cel-shaded car combat game, on the Nintendo GameCube. The game, which will debut on the Microsoft Xbox on November 15, is being designed to take advantage of the GameCube hardware. However, in terms of features, the GameCube version will be quite similar to its Xbox counterpart. The game will include 12 levels, 30 weapons, and 10 unique characters. In the game, several characters are dropped into an arena and must duke it out to get the most frags. There are other FPS-style modes, including capture the flag.
Cel Damage for the GameCube will be released in mid-December. Pseudo Interactive is developing the game.