126w ago - PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen has revealed today that Lead & Gold: Gangs of the Wild West and Spyro the Dragon are coming to PlayStation Plus for subscribers.
To quote: Over these past six months, we have seen some great content introduced -- from the DC Universe Online beta to the NHL GameCenter LIVE Application -- that is expanding the offerings for all subscribers. Now we are looking to continue that trend through 2011 with new offerings.
In the first week of 2011, we are publishing three featured games, giving gamers a look at a classic, a throwback from 2010, and an exclusive mini from an indie developer. First, we'll be taking gamers back to Insomniac's second game ever developed for the PSone, Spyro the Dragon.
Take part in the first iteration of a classic franchise with a free download of the PSone classic. Also, we'll be offering a free download of Lead & Gold: Gangs of the Wild West, a third person multiplayer shooter set in the wild west.
Finally, we'll be offering Pipe Madness, a minis title developed by The Bearded Ladies Consulting (known for Landit Bandit), exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscribers for two weeks.
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So What Does It Play Like? Many comparisons have been made (by watching previews) to Team Fortress 2, which is understandable due to the similarity in genre.
Although we do love TF2, we are very confident that the gameplay and feel of Lead and Gold has an identity all of its own.
Lead and Gold features six multiplayer maps, five multiplayer game modes, a co-op mode and a single player practice mode. The matches are five-on-five affairs and the game mechanics, game modes and maps have all been designed with one common goal: team play.
Let me give you some examples:
• Player characters have aura buffs -- we call them Synergies -- that strengthen your gang-mates if they stay in your vicinity. This is a simple but effective way to encourage players to work together.
The game features 6 multiplayer maps, 5 multiplayer game modes, 4 Professions and a single player practice mode.
So what does Lead and Gold play like?
Many comparisons have been made (by people watching previews) to Team Fortress 2 which is understandable due to the similarity in genre. Although we do love TF2, we are very confident that the gameplay and feel of LnG has an identity all of its own.
The matches are 5v5 affairs and game mechanics, game modes and maps have all been designed with one common goal: Teamplay. Let me give you some examples:
Player characters have aura buffs, we call them synergies, that strengthens your gangmates if they stay in your vicinity. This...