More Undercover: Dual Motives screens

concept art for agentsOkay, first off, I’m gonna have to agree with my fellow blogger Josh when he said that not a lot of DS games head straight to Germany, but our German-speaking fellas are about to get lucky ‘coz Undercover: Dual Motives will be shipping straight to their territory.

I have to wonder though, is it because the game is about the search for a German nuclear bomb in WWII? Nyahaha. Lame-ass jokes aside though, because this upcoming DS game is a prequel to the earlier released Undercover: Operation Wintersun where you take on a wild goose chase for that Nazi bomb, we can only imagine the events that transpired before that.

According to game’s PR, this time Dr. Russell will investigate a British research facility, whilst assembling a blowgun to shoot…*ehem*…little paper projectiles.

But, BUT, far from being a sissy game that has “little paper projectiles” as weapons (can you imagine these guys (see image) shooting paper projectiles?!), it does have a way wicked investigative slant to it. Also, the controls are fun: you direct the blowgun with the stylus, the touchscreen to take aim at the moving target, and (this is the cool part) fire the projectiles by blowing a well-dosed blast of air into the DS microphone. Sounds hella fun!

So anyway, there’s no exact release date yet for when Undercover: Dual Motives will make its way to our beloved Nintendo handhelds, but ANACONDA is planning to ship the game early 2007. Oh, and one more thing, I just have to say, this would have to be one of the most visually impressive DS games I’ve seen lately. So to answer your question Matt, yes, these screens are legit. Frikkin’ awesome, huh?

Undercover: Dual Motives - Image 1 Undercover: Dual Motives - Image 2

concept art for agentsOkay, first off, I’m gonna have to agree with my fellow blogger Josh when he said that not a lot of DS games head straight to Germany, but our German-speaking fellas are about to get lucky ‘coz Undercover: Dual Motives will be shipping straight to their territory.

I have to wonder though, is it because the game is about the search for a German nuclear bomb in WWII? Nyahaha. Lame-ass jokes aside though, because this upcoming DS game is a prequel to the earlier released Undercover: Operation Wintersun where you take on a wild goose chase for that Nazi bomb, we can only imagine the events that transpired before that.

According to game’s PR, this time Dr. Russell will investigate a British research facility, whilst assembling a blowgun to shoot…*ehem*…little paper projectiles.

But, BUT, far from being a sissy game that has “little paper projectiles” as weapons (can you imagine these guys (see image) shooting paper projectiles?!), it does have a way wicked investigative slant to it. Also, the controls are fun: you direct the blowgun with the stylus, the touchscreen to take aim at the moving target, and (this is the cool part) fire the projectiles by blowing a well-dosed blast of air into the DS microphone. Sounds hella fun!

So anyway, there’s no exact release date yet for when Undercover: Dual Motives will make its way to our beloved Nintendo handhelds, but ANACONDA is planning to ship the game early 2007. Oh, and one more thing, I just have to say, this would have to be one of the most visually impressive DS games I’ve seen lately. So to answer your question Matt, yes, these screens are legit. Frikkin’ awesome, huh?

Undercover: Dual Motives - Image 1 Undercover: Dual Motives - Image 2

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