Gamecock Sabotages PC, Xbox 360

Sabotage

Gamecock Media Group adds yet another new game to its arsenal today, announcing an agreement with Germany-based Replay Studios to publish its upcoming PC and Xbox 360 stealth-action game Sabotage, which is inspired by and based on real-life British secret agent Violet Szabo. Yes, Sabotage is set during World War II, but trust me, it’s not going to be just another run-of-the-mill WWII action game (Gamecock probably wouldn’t have signed on if it was).

“Not only is Sabotage a visually beautiful game, but it has some incredibly innovative gameplay that will certainly be a welcome addition to the industry,” said Harry Miller, el presidente de Gamecock Media Group. “The team at Replay is incredibly passionate about this title and that’s exactly why we want to work with them.”

“After we had the chance to participate in Gamecock’s EIEIO event, we knew we really wanted to work with them,” said Sascha Jungnickel, creative director at Replay Studios. “They’ve been totally supportive of our vision and how we want to create this title.”

Sabotage is on pace for a fall 2008 debut. Check out the official game site and below trailer and screens for more.

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