More news, but this time it’s from Hudson that will have you delivering plates of food, becoming all you can be and having a little fun playing with water games like it were already summer. Hudson has released a information on three downloadable titles coming to Xbox Live Arcade, Playstation Network and WiiWare very soon. Here’s the release:
Get ready to play waitress, become a soldier or have fun squirt gun battles in three upcoming downloadable titles from Hudson – Diner Dash and Military Madness for Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and WiiWare, and Water Warfare for WiiWare.
The Diner Dash series has sold more than 2 million units worldwide and has won multiple awards, including an IGN Editors’ Choice Award, a GameSpot Editors’ Choice, and a Zeeby. Earning awards for the “Best Military Strategy Game” and “Best War Game” within a year of the original version’s release on Turbo Grafx-16, Military Madness has been modernized to meet the needs of today’s gamer without straying from the strategic elements that made the original version a classic. As a “first person soaker” videogame, Water Warfare offers different types of squirt guns, bonus items and eight player online multiplayer.
Classic TurboGrafx-16 Strategy Game Returns to Digital Download Platforms with Updated Features and Gameplay
San Mateo, Calif. – March 23, 2009 – Ten-hut! Military Madness, the classic turn-based strategy game published by Hudson Entertainment, the North and South American publishing arm of HUDSON SOFT, is coming to Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®Network, and WiiWare™. This new version of the strategic combat simulation game includes an all-new graphical barrage, a regiment of new units, online co-op and vs. multiplayer and a platoon of other new features. Due to be ready for deployment this summer, Military Madness has been rated T for Teen by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB).
“Since its original release on TurboGrafx-16 in 1989, Military Madness has stood the test of time as one of the longest-lived turn-based strategy games in history,” said Sabine Duvall, Vice President of Product Development at Hudson Entertainment. “The new Military Madness will give fans of the original a modern version of this classic strategy game, while gamers new to the series will get to enjoy being armchair generals for the first time.”
With new features such as the commander unit, four person online multiplayer gaming and a 3D view of the battlefield, Miltary Madness has been modernized to meet the needs of today’s gamer without straying from the strategic elements that earned the original version awards for the “Best Military Strategy Game” and “Best War Game” within a year of its release. For those who want to know who is the “best of the best”, detailed stat-tracking leaderboards can be reviewed online.
For more information on this title and more, please visit Hudson Entertainment at www.hudsonent.com
HUDSON ENTERTAINMENT TO SERVE UP DINER DASH FOR XBOX LIVE® ARCADE, PLAYSTATION®NETWORK AND WiiWARE™
Players to Take Bite Out of Award-Winning Diner Dash When it Debuts on Consoles This Summer.
San Mateo, Calif. – March 23, 2009 – Fans of the classic franchise Diner Dash® can rejoice as Hudson Entertainment will dish out a brand-new version of Diner Dash for Xbox LIVE® Arcade, PlayStation®Network and WiiWareTM starting this Summer. As in the classic action-strategy game, players will take control of Flo™, a waitress building a run-down diner into a success, one customer at a time. The Diner Dash series, licensed by Hudson from PlayFirst, Inc., has sold more than 2 million units worldwide and has won multiple awards, including an IGN Editors’ Choice Award, a GameSpot Editors’ Choice, and a Zeeby.
“We’re delighted to bring Flo and Diner Dash to new gen consoles for the first time,” said Sabine Duvall, Vice President of Product Development at Hudson Entertainment. “Players have fallen in love with the award-winning series because of its quirky characters and fast-paced fun.”
Diner Dash will come to life in 3D on new generation consoles when players have the option to take direct control of Flo as she runs around to seat patrons, take orders, deliver food, take payment and bus tables as efficiently as possible within the time limit allowed. Players fond of the traditional control schemes may also use a point-and-click style with hotkeys to aid Flo in her quest for customer satisfaction, which is reflected in a heart meter that empties as customers lose patience. If the meter empties completely, then the customer will leave the restaurant. Servers looking to play with co-workers can join with up to seven other players in multiplayer across four diners in Team Dash or go 1 on 1 in Head to Head mode.
HUDSON ENTERTAINMENT SPLASHES UP GOOD, CLEAN FUN THIS SUMMER WITH “FIRST PERSON SOAKER” VIDEOGAME, WATER WARFARE
Wii Owners get Drenched with this Downloadable title as they try to keep cool in Water Warfare
San Mateo, Calif. – March 23, 2009 – Wii™ owners will have a new way to beat the heat this summer as Hudson Entertainment splashes up Water Warfare, a “first person soaker” videogame, exclusively downloadable for WiiWare™. The family-friendly “soaker” is set to be published by Hudson Entertainment, the North and South American publishing arm of HUDSON SOFT. The game has been rated E10+ for Everybody 10+ by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB).
“Water Warfare is the perfect summer videogame to beat the heat.” said Sabine Duvall, Vice President of Product Development at Hudson Entertainment. “It’s easy to download and play this ‘first person soaker’ – just get your squirt gun ready and go for it!”
In Water Warfare, players go head to head or team up as they run around playgrounds and beaches to drench each other with squirt guns. They’ll be able to protect themselves with, what else, raincoats, towels and more. There are other items, like the umbrella, which can attack and defend at the same time! With different types of squirt guns, pick-up items, offline and eight player online multiplayer, there’s tons of squirt gun fun to be had. Throughout the game, players use the Nunchuk™ to control movement, aim using the Wii Remote™, and can load up on different squirt guns, such as shotguns and rocket launchers, to soak their opponents.
For more information on Water Warfare, as well as other titles from Hudson Entertainment, please visit www.hudsonent.com.