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« on: March 09, 2010, 05:12:01 PM »

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bitComposer Games Acquires the License for Jagged Alliance

– Jagged Alliance 3: a Strategy-Genre Classic Gets Revamped and Re-released –

Eschborn/Frankfurt, March 09, 2010: Preliminary development work has started on Jagged Alliance 3, the new episode in the internationally successful Jagged Alliance series. The German publisher bitComposer Games has secured the full rights to the license from Strategy First, and will publish this famous strategy brand with roleplay elements worldwide. The aim is to preserve the popular basic concept of the previous versions and place it in a contemporary setting. A specific release date for Jagged Alliance 3 has not yet been confirmed, but a 2011 release is anticipated.

“Although Jagged Alliance 2 was published over ten years ago now, the game still represents a milestone in the genre and boasts a huge following of loyal fans,” says Wolfgang Duhr, Managing Director of bitComposer Games. “We are delighted to acquire this classic game for bitComposer, and want to continue the success of the previous titles in the series, while giving the new version a contemporary look, bearing in mind the strong features of its predecessors”.

The Jagged Alliance series has received numerous national and international awards since its first appearance in 1994. The second part in particular, Jagged Alliance 2, released in 1999, won a host of accolades and gained the highest plaudits from the global games media. Jagged Alliance 3 will build on the strengths of its famous predecessors and, set against the backdrop of a gripping story, will again deliver the much-loved combo of turn-based strategy gameplay with roleplay elements.

Recently there has been conflicting information about further planned releases in the Jagged Alliance series. Apart from a Social Network based game under development by Strategy First, the acquisition of the full IP rights by bitComposer Games will now serve to clarify the situation and will lay the foundations for future development work under the license.

For details on bitComposer Games products, please visit: www.bit-composer.com
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« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2010, 05:18:53 PM »

Honestly can't get excited about this until we're much closer to having the game in our hands and we can see that it really does stand up to JA2, which nothing has. Unlike a lot of other games where the rose colored glasses are in full effect, I can still play and enjoy JA2 to this day. Pretty much the only game that makes me ignore my graphics whoring for pure enjoyment.
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« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2010, 10:01:49 PM »

Really good news, I especially like that a Germany publisher got hold of it. Germany was the biggest market for JA2 and strategy games in general. Hopefully they will give this their full attention and not outsource it to some third rate Russian developer.

JA2 is still the best game I have played (since PONG).
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« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2013, 07:06:52 PM »

Didn't see another thread off-hand on this (I hope I didn't miss it), but BitComposer has given the license to a company to run a Kickstarter.  The Kickstarter has just over 24 hours left and is still shy $35,000 (~10%).  According to KickTraq they pulled in $28,000 yesterday.  It's going to be close.
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