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  • Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

    Some of you may have heard about this one already but I just came across it today :D Breach is being described as a tactical FPS that features full environment destruction and degradation as well as a third person active cover system that allows you to fire around corners while aiming and blind fire. It's slated for release on both PC and XBox Live Arcade in January 2011 for a mere $20.00 (the original release date from the video states summer of 2010).

    Check out this video for a full demonstration of the destruction you can inflict and how the application of real world squad level tactics in the game can work:



    Main Website with information:

    http://breachgame.com/game-info/

    Any thoughts on this one?

  • #2
    Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

    This looks really interesting. Destructible/degradable cover and real world ballistics, think this one just made my list.
    Forewarned is Forearmed




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    • #3
      Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

      $15.00. .. Looks Like a Cheap Black Ops Game.. Nice!..

      I like it.. "We make simulations for US Intelligence agencies..so we know what we are doing..." ..LOL!!

      Wow..Watching this whole video..I want to know what OCTANE Coffee the demo guy is on..
      Ok..Small Squad Tactics...Realistic stuff.. Suppression.. NO Powerups.. Sounds Like a TG Game!!!

      Plus the Dude says " 40 Mike Mike..." alot (in lieu of the 40 MM).. So it's gotta be tactical!
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      ..now where did I put my keys?

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      • #4
        Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

        Now that looks like it could be a fun game!


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        • #5
          Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

          The video, makes it look like it could be a very fun tactical game.

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          • #6
            Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

            Breach will also feature a Hardcore mode for those looking for more realism. From their website:

            BREACH Hardcore Mode Detailed

            Play the way the professionals train

            Raleigh, North Carolina – October 22, 2010
            Atomic Games, a developer of simulations for US military and intelligence agencies and a pioneer in military action games, announced today the details of Hardcore Mode in Breach™, for the Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows® PC. Breach’s Hardcore Mode promises players the opportunity to test themselves and their tactics in an FPS like never before all in a title that costs less than $20.00.

            When Atomic first showed off Breach to gamers, the game’s realism caused some organizations that use other Atomic training systems to show interest in using a modified version of Breach as a training aid for their operatives. Since Breach was made from the beginning to offer new kinds of authenticity not available in other shooters, adding in a sim-like HardCore Mode for both operatives and gamers was not difficult. Between its robust destruction and active cover technologies, it can simulate aspects of urban warfare better than any other multiplayer title. Add in its ability to simulate small arms fire, including range, velocity and caliber, and its purpose is clear. Breach, unlike any other current game, is about using cover and denying its use to the enemy, allowing for the true element of surprise and the ability to use real world tactics in a virtual environment. When players use the new Hardcore Mode in conjunction with the Sole Survivor game type, they will be able to experience Breach similar to the way real world Operators will as they train. Some of the components of Hardcore Mode are listed below.

            Hardcore Mode:

            New “Sole Survivor” Game Type: Each player is given only one life and no re-spawns, causing them to move and shoot with much more care and precision in this Team Deathmatch-like competition.

            Minimal HUD experience – Aiming reticule and other items turned off, while certain other items are left in as real life affords greater situational awareness.

            Disabling of Mini-Map radar system – removes the ability to use the radar to track enemy and friendly forces, players must be more aware of their surroundings.

            Disabling of ammo counter and weapon fire-mode display.

            Disabling of Kill Cam system: No longer gives you a hint about the person who killed you or where they were located — keeping your effective kill locations hidden.

            Modified Damage Settings creating a more lethal experience: More realistic damage from all weapons, making direct fire fights highly lethal. Use cover to gain the upper hand.

            Hardcore mode can be applied to any of the existing maps and Game types: Creating a unique twist for the serious gamers across the board.

            Filter match searchers by normal or hardcore to match your play style.
            From the Breach Facebook page is a link to an interview with Peter Tamte, Atomic Games' President that offers some interesting insights about the game itself, the gaming industry in general and the first game they worked on Six Days in Fallujah which was cancelled by their publisher Konami:

            http://www.vg247.com/2010/11/15/brea...he-modern-fps/

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            • #7
              Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

              Two more in-game videos/previews of Breach:





              Another interview with Peter Tamte of Atomic Games:



              Note that slap at CoD and MoH for their $60 games near the end :D

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              • #8
                Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

                Originally posted by Assault9 View Post
                Two more in-game videos/previews of Breach:





                Another interview with Peter Tamte of Atomic Games:



                Note that slap at CoD and MoH for their $60 games near the end :D
                they deserve to be slapped for the recent game releases that were, buggy, broken, and over priced. 20 bux for a game that looks like it was MADE for pc....where do I sign up
                "Everyone makes fun of us rednecks with our big trucks and all our guns........until the zombie apocalypse"

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                • #9
                  Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

                  Just hope the maps are varied and larger than the demo shown, otherwise sign me up.
                  Forewarned is Forearmed




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                  • #10
                    Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

                    I personally think this is a great gift to anyone with a Tactical sense about them! It definitely has my attention.
                    .I want to know what OCTANE Coffee the demo guy is on..
                    The ''Demo Guy'' stated his participation in Special Forces...their minds are Honed to be that efficient
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                    "Easy come, easy go..."

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                    • #11
                      Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

                      Any one have any more info on this

                      It says january 2011 but have not seen anything about the date or if it is online only

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                      • #12
                        Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

                        On Gamespot's website, I'm seeing a release for Feb 1st, 2011. It's funny, because the original release was Summer 2010, for the 360, and then PC release was supposed to be six weeks after that.


                        Also, here is a quote from the games official Facebook page.
                        Breach
                        Well, it's January already and I see that many of you are wondering when you can get your hands on Breach. We haven't released the official date yet. "Yet", being the key word. This will change very soon...

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                        • #13
                          Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

                          very cool thanks for the update it looks like a pretty cool game
                          and it will cheap

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                          • #14
                            Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

                            Today's blog post has set Breach's release date for January 26th for both PC and XBox 360. Also of note is Atomic's decision to incorporate dedicated servers with remote admin capabilities for the PC version.

                            http://breachgame.com/atomic-drops-a-truth-bomb/

                            Do people think TG should consider hosting this game?

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                            • #15
                              Re: Breach - Full Destruction FPS with Active Cover System

                              It looks like a good game i will be getting it to try out
                              We won't know if it is TG worthy till it is played

                              The hardcore mode sounds pretty good But we will see after it is played

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