Conspiracy talks about new gamesAccording to Daily Radar, Conspiracy Entertainment has announced some details on their new next-gen games. Here is a simple copy and paste describing each game.
"Hyper Linda" (working title) is a surrealistic 3D action-adventure title in development by Treasure. The story (loosely based on a Japanese myth) concerns Linda, whose scarf has been accidentally possessed by one of 12 demons bent on rearranging the world according to their own skewed perceptions of beauty. Linda is able to manipulate the enchanted article to deform other characters and almost every aspect of the environment around her. For example, she can extend the scarf to tug on doors, swing to previously inaccessible areas, and even turn enemies weapons on themselves.
Another one by Treasure is a four-player title based on the "Tiny Toons" universe. The game will feature cooperative and competitive play, with an emphasis on re-creating a truly "cartoony" environment, and will feature such Looney Tunes and Tiny Tunes staples as instant-train tunnels and falling anvils, cars, and boats.
Finally, Starbreeze Studios, a Swedish developer, is working on "Enclave", a class-based FPS in a fantasy setting. Featuring spectacular lighting, textures, and high-polygon character models, the game will emphasize environmental interaction, and the manipulation of large-scale siege machines. Enclave runs on the Havok engine, features single and multi-player modes, and will be released in the first quarter of 2002.
As of right now, the following games do not have a console home to go to.