New Turn-Based Strategy Title “Greed Corp” coming to PSN in September

Coming in late September of 2009, details after the link…

A refreshing diversion from RTS and Tower Defense, Amsterdam-based W!Games is bringing an old-school Turn-based strategy game to the PSN. This one definitely puts a different spin on the genre though, as it looks like you can also destroy the actual playfield. A remake of the Turbografx classic “Military Madness” is on the way as well, and it will be very refreshing to see a couple of Next-Gen Turned-Based Strategy games hit the download scene. Check out the Press Release below:

AMSTERDAM August 12, 2009 – W!Games is proud to officially announce Greed Corp, a fresh and innovative turn-based strategy game for PlayStation Network. It will be the first in a series of games situated in a rich, fictional world inspired by the industrial revolutions and their destructive effects on the environment.

Find the delicate balance between harvesting the land for resources and preserving it to stay alive. Will you defend your territory or sacrifice it to keep it out of enemy hands? Manage the finite available resources to build your army and use the collapsing terrain to your advantage. Destroy your enemies, or destroy the very land they stand on, before they do it to you.

The game features a comprehensive single player campaign, introducing you to the four factions that inhabit the world. A large collection of unique maps is available outside of the campaign, specifically designed for 2, 3, or 4-player battles. Matches can be played with any combination of local, online and AI players, allowing for quick access to multiplayer action and offering multiple unlockables for a variety of challenges.

Greed Corp will be available for PlayStation Network at the end of September 2009. Join the Greed Corp community and stay updated through





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