Enigma: Rising Tide gets European publisher
GMX Media announces that it has secured the European publishing rights for Tesseraction Games' alternate-history naval simulation game. New screens inside.
GMX Media has today announced that it has secured the European publishing rights for Enigma: Rising Tide, which was developed by Tesseraction Games. The naval simulation game, which takes place in an alternate history, was originally created solely for online play, but GMX has entered into an agreement with the developers to release a retail version of the game incorporating single-player campaigns.
There will be more than 60 different single-player missions in the game, and they will put players in command of a large variety of accurately re-created WWII ships and submarines. A particularly interesting feature of Enigma: Rising Tide is that it can be played using only voice command.
"Class, class, and more class. This is something very special indeed," commented Barry Leonard, COO of GMX Media. "Even the soundtracks have drawn the attention of the Grammy Awards. This game puts to shame all that have gone before it and it does not end there. Every six months or so updates will be released, from missions in the world's other oceans to air campaigns. We have made available two demos so gamers can see why we are so excited about this title."
The two new demos of the game are available to download at GMX Media's Web site, which also lists the system requirements necessary for playing the game, among other things.
In keeping with the original intention to release Enigma: Rising Tide only as an online game, the retail version of the game scheduled for release in Europe in March will include a free 30-day trial of the multiplayer game. For more information on Enigma: Rising Tide, check out our previous coverage of the game.
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