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Tuesday, 25 March 2008 13:13

Supreme Commander for Xbox 360 delayed

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Someone, somewhere in summertime

 

Aspyr has confirmed that SupCom will not start distributing Supreme Commander for Xbox 360 in April.

Supreme Commander is a real time strategy which places gamers at the helm of one of three warring factions, Cybran Nation, Aeon Illuminate or United Earth Federation. These guys struggle for the future of the human race. Original, ain't it ?

The Xbox 360 version will contain exclusive new units, new maps and a new multiplayer mode which will allow users to take on gamers around the world through the Xbox Live service.

Some rumors on the net indicate that this game should appear on the market by summertime.

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