Dell Gets Freaky!
Alienware and Abandon Interactive Entertainment Team Up to Bring New Cross-Platform MMO to Gamers Across the Country.
MALIBU, Calif. - June 26, 2008 - Abandon Interactive Entertainment and Alienware, the leading manufacturer of high-performance entertainment and PC gaming systems, today announced that they are working together to promote the upcoming cross-platform MMO game Freaky Creatures as part of the Dell-Intel 2008 Extreme Gaming Tour. The Extreme Gaming Tour kicks off today at Wizard World in Chicago with a lineup of top PC titles including: World of Warcraft, Lost Planet, Space Siege, Backup: Painkiller, World in Conflict, Assassin's Creed, Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock and Madden 3D. The tour will hit major video game and entertainment industry events and conferences throughout the summer, including Summerfest, Taste of Buffalo, Artscape, Allstate 400 NASCAR race, Gen Con Indy and the Penny Arcade Expo.
"We are extremely excited to be a part of the Dell-Intel Extreme Gaming Tour this summer and with Alienware's support, are eager to show gamers around the country all of the unique features that Freaky Creatures has to offer," said Jamie Ottillie, President and COO of Abandon Interactive Entertainment. "This tour allows us to be in the company of some of the best PC games in the industry and we hope to provide gamers with the best PC gaming experience possible."
Scheduled for release in late summer, Freaky Creatures is a cross-platform MMO game that allows players to build the ultimate, customizable creatures and battle them against friends. Players begin with collectable action figures and a flash drive that brings the creatures to life online. The initial creatures come with 50 different parts, 20 powers and four objects that can be placed in to the creature's lair. The variety of parts and powers will allow players to create more than 3 billion visual combinations. Players can battle other creatures via PC to PC or PC to mobile gameplay.
For more information, please visit Freaky Creatures.