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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Gaijin Entertainment
A new demo has launched on Live and PSN for Konami and Gaijin Entertainment’s recently released hack-and-slash action title Blades of Time. The demo allows players to try out the game’s time-manipulating and cloning mechanics and a few of Ayumi’s melee and magic abilities as they guide the treasure hunter through puzzles and square off against enemies.
Konami has announced that Gaijin Entertainment’s latest flight sim, Birds of Steel, has shipped to retail for the 360 and PS3. Set during World War II, Birds of Steel features 20 missions set across 16 locations, with over 100 aircraft, including the P-51 Mustang and A6M Zero, changing weather, and time cycles. Some of the notable battles include the Battle of Midway and the Battle of the Coral Sea. Multiplayer is also supported, with co-op strike campaigns and a 17-player versus mode.
Gaijin Entertainment, developer of IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey and Apache: Air Assault, is gearing up to release another flight sim for the 360 and PS3, Birds of Steel. Konami has announced that they will be publishing the upcoming WWII flight sim, though an exact release date was not given. In addition to historical and fictional campaigns, the game will also include a dynamic online campaign, co-op strike campaigns, Capture the Airfield missions, tournament play, and 16-player team deathmatch versus.