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News: Section 8 Prejudice

Posted on : 18-01-2011 | By : | In : News

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Back in the fall of 2009, TimeGate Studios released Section 8. A fairly robust, though nearly totally ignored, multiplayer shooter title for the Xbox 360, PC, and later the PS3. Although the game suffered from poor controls, it remained popular with those who had discovered this gem.

The game itself featured power armor clad soldiers, a variety of vehicles, weapons, custom load outs and even larger powered armor akin to Gasaraki’s Tactical Armors.

Although Section 8 was passed over by many. TimeGate, being an independent studio saw fit to make a sequel. Bigger. Better. Cheaper. Section 8: Prejudice seeks to correct many of the design flaws of its predecessor. The game will feature much of the same core game elements as the last and then some, as well as an all new single player campaign.

One feature that seems to be getting a little more focus is the heavier mecha you can purchase through play. Playing similar to some sort of Halo: Reach/Planetside mash up, Section 8: Prejudice promises to be a fun, engaging sci-fi shooter. Prejudice is set to come out early this year at a very affordable 14.99 (USD).

  • Jerry Ku

    I played the demo on PC and thought it was pretty cool. I never got around to getting the full version though.

    I then tried the game demo on Xbox 360 and it was terrible. The controls really scream “I’m a PC game. Do not port me to a console.”

  • CEAP

    I played the demo on Xbox, and the game itself wasn’t a simple piece of cr@p, but for 60$ the formula couldn’t work. For 15$ and refubrished, I think we should give it another chance.