Gamers could be tempted by SuperTomo 1 August 2011 08:23:32
A new interactive entertainment developer has brought out its first game, which could inspire people to invest in new memory cards so they can store away as they play.
SuperTomo allows users to raise their own superhero, from its first steps as a superbaby through its difficult teen years and on until it reaches super-adulthood.
Chief executive of Digital Harmony Games Jeff Lujan said: "With today's social networking lifestyles cross-platform capability is becoming a must. We are excited about the SuperTomo cross-platform experience we will offer."
The superbaby can be raised to either save or destroy the world, but its superpowers will not be revealed until it becomes a teenager, with its abilities influenced by how gamers take care of it when it's a youngster.
However, if people prefer shoot 'em ups to fantasy characters, then the ArmA II: Reinforcements expansion pack from Meridian4 could be a better choice. New features include online battles for up to 50 gamers and sophisticated new weapons, aircraft and vehicles.
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