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7A_Bjorn

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PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2011 7:56 am Post subject: interview with Peter Tamte CEO Atomic on future of CC Reply with quote

March 11, 2009

As for the company's rich history: "It amazes me -- there's still a very vibrant Atomic community out there," Tamte muses.

Much of that community is centered around the acclaimed and influential Close Combat series of real-time tactical wargames.

"The last commercial Close Combat game shipped many years ago, but still there's a community out there," says Tamte, adding that he hopes the company can reengage with those longtime fans.

Currently, the series licensed to wargame-oriented publisher Matrix Games, which still releases new content for the existing games and updates their engines.

But Atomic itself intends to return to the series, Tamte promises, although its current project is unrelated. "In the future, we definitely plan on making Close Combat games again, refreshed with brand new technology," he notes.

http://www.gamasutra.com/php-bin/news_index.php?story=22649


My comment: Now that Breach is out (Jan 2011), perhaps Atomic can form a team to develop CC6.  I sure hope so.


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pagskier

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PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2011 9:53 pm Post subject: Re: interview with Peter Tamte CEO Atomic on future of CC Reply with quote

I hope so too!! Very Happy
too bad they didn't said in a near future...
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Andreus

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PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2011 9:58 pm Post subject: Re: interview with Peter Tamte CEO Atomic on future of CC Reply with quote

Beh, we already have the best we could have: CC2 to CC5 and the remakes. They all have their pros and cons, yet those are of the best wargames i've ever played.
I don't think they're releasing CC6 anytime soon nor far and I don't really care...


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