MacPlay's Macworld Plans
10:08 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story
MacPlay announced today that they will be debuting The Operative: No One Lives Forever and Icewind Dale at the upcoming Macworld Expo in San Francisco. This will be the first time the public will be able to see either title running on the Mac.
Mark Cottam, president of MacPlay, told IMG:
The addition of The Operative: No One Lives Forever and Icewind Dale to our already strong library of titles builds on our partnerships with Fox Interactive and Interplay Entertainment and allows us to continue to bring the best in computer gaming to the Macintosh and our loyal customers.Other Macworld plans include showing their popular games Giants: Citizen Kabuto, Aliens vs Predator, Baldur's Gate II: Shadow of Amn, and Sacrifice. They will also be revealing the mysterious "Project Deuce" on January 9 at 2:00 PM.
Macworld is an outstanding environment
for us to debut these products and showcase the blockbuster lineup available from MacPlay.
Though both NOLF and Icewind Dale are expected to be released early next year for Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X, the two games are about as different as can be. The UK-made NOLF pits you as secret agent Cate Archer in one of the most critically acclaimed first-person shooters ever. Icewind Dale will be a boon for role players already familiar with Bioware's Infinite Engine games like Baldur's Gate.
IMG will have a number of reporters scouring the Macworld floor this year, so you can be sure of excellent coverage for the duration of the Expo.
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