NDS Warlords DS Joins Disciples II and Jagged Alliance 2

For a long time, it was quiet on Disciples II, Jagged Alliance 2 and Warlords DS on the Nintendo DS. Today, we bring you the news that all three titles are still on track. We even throw in some facts on two of them.

Software Publisher Strategy First and Glyphic Entertainment announce the signing of Warlords Nintendo DS. This classic turn-base strategy title truly compliments Disciples II DS and Jagged Alliance 2 that are currently under development.

"It is with great pleasure that we are teaming up with Glyphic Entertainment to bring famed Warlords to the DS platform. This great classic is a perfect fit for the unique Nintendo DS system, a great combination to give fantasy strategic goodness right in the hands of the player, all this under the competent care of Glyphic Entertainment," says Richard Therrien, Strategy First's Vice President of Development.

Steve Fawkner, founder of Infinite Interactive and creator of the Warlords universe, addded "The Warlords turn-based strategy series is a natural fit for the intuitive stylus-based interface of the Nintendo DS. We are very excited to be working with Glyphic Entertainment and Strategy First as they bring the series to an entirely new generation of gamers who will undoubtedly grow to love Warlords equally as much as the millions of others who have over the past 16 years."

"Glyphic Entertainment will be bringing one of the world's best-selling strategy franchises to the Nintendo DS platform, providing a compelling gaming experience to a rapidly growing gaming audience. The Warlords series has already captivated millions of turn-based strategy game players on both desktop and Pocket PC platforms, and we are very eager to expand the franchise to the Nintendo DS." - G.R. Moore, founder of Glyphic Entertainment.

The first real facts on Disciples II and Warlords DS can be found on their individual game-pages.

Posted on 11-01-2007 by Dennis


  • wow, so many word for nothing but self praise.

    yakutatazu, 30-11--0001 at 00:00

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