We will be hosting 4-player versus matches over the PlayStation Network tomorrow, Friday, November 20th, from 5pm PT/8pm ET to 7pm PT/10pm ET.
Sounds awesome, right? This madness has yet to begin!
If you come in first place in an online match with one of the people below, you will win a Military Madness: Nectaris Dog Tag. Only a few of these were made and are numbered for authenticity. To receive the Military Madness: Nectaris Dog Tag, send a PSN message with your email to the game host (their PSN IDs are below) for the match you placed first in.
They will send us your email and then we will contact you for your shipping information. It's that simple. Every person on the list below will be running their own online match so be...
214w ago - Today Backbone Entertainment Designer Kyle Vincent Tunison has announced that Military Madness: Nectaris for PS3 is coming to PSN this week for $9.99.
To quote: I'm back yet again to talk with you about Military Madness: Nectaris as we approach its impending release on the PSN this Thursday.
Military Madness: Nectaris will be released this Thursday on the PSN! You PS fans will be rewarded for your patience by with native 1080p! With that out of the way, today's topic: tactics and strategy, with a focus on multiplayer!
The multiplayer component of Military Madness is comprised entirely of new content. This includes the customizable Commander Unit (more on him later) and 10 new maps built specifically for multiplayer. Also, not only can you play locally or online with up to three other people, but you can always throw in some bots if you find yourself a few players short.
Let's start at the beginning: multiplayer in MM is not for the faint of heart. The campaign provides many hours of gameplay... but the multiplayer is what will separate the chumps from the champions. It's got more tactical depth than you can shake a moon rock at. Allow me to shed a little light on those depths...
A common mechanic in strategy games is Fog of War (you only see what your...
227w ago - Today Backbone Entertainment's Designer Kyle Vincent Tunison has annonced that Military Madness: Nectaris is coming to PS3 via Sony's PlayStation Network.
To quote: I am extremely excited to be here today to re-announce Military Madness: Nectaris to the world! I say "re-announce" because the game was first brought to the public eye several months ago, but at the time, the game could only be talked about in terms of bullet points.
Now, I'm the lucky guy that gets to blow the lid off of the latest incarnation of the greatest turn-based strategy franchise of all time.
Believe it or not, the original Military Madness (called Nectaris in Japan) was released all the way back in 1989 for a magical little system called the TurboGrafx-16. While the system wasn't all that successful, the game itself became a cult hit. Why? Not only did it introduce gamers in the States to the exciting turn-based strategy genre... but it was both really fun and really deep (and thus ends our three sentence history lesson).
As mentioned above, Military Madness is a turn-based strategy game. This means you and your opponent(s) take turns moving your squads around the battlefield and having them attack each other. There are over 20 different types of units that can make up your squads, each with...