The local boys are famous! NetDevil is featured prominently in the latest issue of the Denver Business Journal, including various quotes from NetDevil and NCsoft staff, in an article discussing the development of Auto Assault and the MMOG industry.
With Auto Assault, players customize their own combat vehicles, control the weaponry for their own artillery and develop their own characters -- whether they're robots, humans or a combination of both.
Jeremy Gaffney, vice president of product development for NCsoft's U.S. division in Austin, Texas, said Auto Assault should appeal to both "aging geeks" who fondly remember the car-related video games of the 1970s and '80s and the young geeks who've never played such games.
Auto Assault Launches this week for the late starters. If you want some really great information on the game, visit our Auto Assault Community Site.
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