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AoC: Seige Warfare at Leipzig GC

Updated Fri, Jan 18, 2008 by Shayalyn

Siege the Day

Tucked away in a corner of the Eidos booth in the Leipzig Convention Center Business Hall, away from the hustle-and-bustle of the main floor, the intrepid Ten Ton Hammer crew packed themselves in to see the latest and greatest from Funcom and Age of Conan.  To say that we're 'eagerly anticipating' everything that this game can deliver would be quite the understatement, and you're sure to agree once you find out what they have in store for us now - Siege Warfare, details of the PvP experience, and maybe a chance to live forever?

Age of Conan was at the Leipzig Game Convention in force, and Ten Ton Hammer was once again on hand to see another thrilling gameplay demonstration in the Eidos booth; a quiet bit of isolation in the GC Business Hall away from the throngs of screaming gamers and body-painted booth babes. Product Manager Erling Ellingsen and Product Director Jørgen Tharaldsen were in the house to run us through the latest build of the game, including some never-before-seen information and gameplay relating to Siege Warfare.

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