SIN, WAGES OF SIN, AND MAJESTY NOW PLAYABLE ON GAMERANGER
Perth, Western Australia -- December 13, 2000 -- Scott Kevill today announced the addition of three new game titles to GameRanger, the Macintosh multiplayer online gaming service. In addition to the 48 previous titles, gamers can now play SiN, Wages of SiN, and Majesty.
SiN is the fully-integrated first-person 3D experience that will push you over the edge. SiN features a character-driven story and revolutionary multiplayer gameplay powered by an enhanced version of id software's Quake II engine. You will blast your way through complex levels of unholy terror as you investigate the secret source of the crime epidemic plaguing the city. SiN features six distinct game world regions enriched with convincing graphic detail and a rich interwoven story line.
In Wages of SiN, suffer the action-based outcomes of 17 all-new single-player levels. Battle through "live" worlds, including Manero's casino hotel, The Shipyard, and Mutation Research Facilities. Four new characters and twelve new enemies, plus two wicked end-level bosses, affect your mission at every turn. Superior enemy A.I. makes foes keenly reactive as they evade attacks. Enjoy new multiplayer options like weapon and ammo upgrades, new modes like Marked For Death, Lynch Mob and Capture the Flag, and all-new deathmatch levels, plus five exclusive Hoverbike deathmatch levels all via GameRanger.
Even better, the Wages of SiN mission pack is included free with SiN!
More information about SiN and Wages of SiN is available from:
Majesty is a unique sim putting you in the crushed velvet hotseat of your own kingdom. With an epic quest before you, you make the decisions of where to build your settlement's guilds and temples. From these you recruit a varied cast of larger-than-life heroes. Each one has a mind of his own and must be enticed to meet your goals, via rewards you offer and spells you cast. Meanwhile you must make sure that your treasury stays flush with cash to support these and other outlays necessary to maintain a thriving medieval town. The fact that you are being barraged by attacks from mythical beasts and fantastic creatures doesn't make your job any easier.
More information about Majesty is available from:
GameRanger, the Macintosh multiplayer online gaming service, was first introduced for public beta testing in July 1999 with support for 11 game titles, and had already received many rave reviews, including an award of "Best Internet Gaming Achievement" by Macworld Magazine in their 1999 Hall of Fame. GameRanger now has over 36,000 members and support for 51 popular game titles.
GameRanger is available as a free download, at <http://www.GameRanger.com>.
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