Iron Brigade, the artist formerly known as Trenched, still hasn't released in Europe after the catastrophic copyright infringment claims from a Portuguese board game manufacturer. However, Double Fine now believe that they are "really close" to being able to bring their action/tower defence/mech combat hybrid to the European Xbox Live marketplace, blaming the delay on insane bureaucracy. We've got the full details below.Click here to read more...
When they're not working on Sesame Street games, Double Fine have time for mechanized tower-defense games like
Trenched Iron Brigade. It was released this past June in the States, but a trademark issue led to a European delay, with the game only now nearing release. However, in that space of time, Double Fine have been working on a DLC pack, which will add an all new campaign and Horde-esque mode to Iron Brigade.
Trenched, Double Fine's XBLA mech action/tower defence hybrid, still hasn't released in European territories thanks to a long-running trademark dispute with a Portuguese board game manufacturer. Double Fine has now confirmed that they'll be rebranding the title to Iron Brigade, which should allow the title to launch worldwide in the near future.
A title update will deliver some new weapons and costumes as well as the all-important name change - and paid DLC packs will be hitting over the next few months. We're looking forward to finally trying it out.
As a fan of both Tim Schafer's Double Fine and massive mechs, Trenched was set to set my downloadable world on fire... but despite releasing Stateside, the title still hasn't seen the light of day on British shores. Double Fine producer Brad Muir has spoken out to confirm that Microsoft is trying to "resolve" the situation and confirms that the problems stem from a board game trademark issue. Full quotes below.Click here to read more...
Hot on the heels of Costume Quest and Stacking, Tim Schafer's Double Fine has revealed their latest downloadable title: Trenched. However, there's absolutely nothing whimsical or childish about this one. Schafer promises that the mix of massive honking mechs, brutal combat and a little tower defence will be "extremely, extremely manly." More details below.You got what it takes to join the Mobile Trench Brigade? Click here, soldier!