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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Of Orcs and Men
Orc warrior Arkail and Styx the Goblin’s unique relationship is highlighted in the latest trailer for Of Orcs and Men. Arkail provides the muscle of the group while Styx compensates for his smaller stature with quick wits and fast feet, but both are needed for the requisite post-pummel high-five. I can only assume there will be plenty of … okay, probably low-fives … during their quest to assassinate the Emperor of Mankind. Also, I really like that this is titled “Buddy Trailer”.
The Spiders and Cyanide co-developed action-RPG Of Orcs and Men is showing off more goods today with five new shots. The latest batch features the dynamic duo of Orc warrior Arkail and Styx the Goblin—hey, they have names now—battling the forces of man and beast on their quest to assassinate the Emperor.
Following last month’s five-shot batch, Cyanide and Spiders have released four new screenshots from their upcoming action role-playing game Of Orcs and Men. The latest crop of images is one of many, giving gamers a better look at the adventure that awaits them in their quest to destroy the Empire of Men.
Some new shots have been released for Cyanide and Spiders’ upcoming role-playing game Of Orcs and Men. The five screens are the latest batch to come along the pipe, showing more of the adventure that the chosen orcs and goblins set on as they fight their way to topple the Empire of Men.
A new batch of (impressive) screenshots from Cyanide and Spiders’ upcoming role-playing game, Of Orcs and Men, landed in the inbox today. The 360, PC, and PS3 title is scheduled to declare war on Man in 2012.
Of Orcs and Men, the upcoming role-playing game from Cyanide and Spiders, looks to be coming along nicely, judging by the latest screenshots. The 360, PC, and PS3 title is still a ways off, though, with release scheduled for sometime in 2012.