Zero-G Marines suspended

Strategy First puts the development of its 3D space shooter on hold.

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Strategy First has suspended the development of Zero-G Marines, its 3D space shooter, due to some changes in its development studios. The company is moving parts of its Ottawa studio--where the game was in development--to Montreal. The product development department, headed by former Westwood COO Chuck Kroegel, has put the game on hold temporarily as a result of the move. According to a company representative, the changes will not result in any layoffs.

Zero-G Marines is a first-person shooter set in and around a space station. In the game, players assume the role of a soldier in an elite fighting squad sent to investigate an attack on the space station. The game engine supports free movement in any direction and seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor environments. For more information, take a look at our previous coverage of the game.

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