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Oct
02
2014
May
14
2014

Bombshell announced by Interceptor Entertainment and 3DRealms

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From the creators of 2013’s Rise of the Triad comes Bombshell, a top-down action role-playing game for PC and PlayStation 4. …continue reading » Bombshell announced by Interceptor Entertainment and 3DRealms

Dec
19
2013

Rise of the Triad updates to 1.3, introduces (Lo) Wang from Shadow Warrior

With the release of Rise of the Triad v1.3 – Interceptor Entertainment and Apogee Software have teamed up with Devolver Digital and Flying Wild Hog to add Shadow Warrior’s Lo Wang to Rise of the Triad to engage in ludicrous multiplayer with the H.U.N.T Team on San Nicolas Island!

Moreover, as a souvenir from his journey, Lo Wang will be bringing the legendary Excalibat from Rise of the Triad into Shadow Warrior starting today!

But wait, there’s more.

FIVE of the most popular custom maps from the Rise of the Triad community have been officially added to the game. The ROTT community is too based.

Oct
29
2013

Rise of the Triad updates to 1.2, adds Level Editor and QuickSaves

The Interceptor team takes requests and Rise of the Triad 1.2 is chock-full of fan favorites and most-requested features. Especially quicksaves. How could a “PC-focused” game in 2013 come out WITHOUT the ability to Quicksave?? 

All the words that follow are from Dave Oshry’s mouth…

First up is the Ludicrous Development Kit, enabling the creation of custom maps and mods (remember those?!) with over 16,000 assets including the complete set of assets from Rise of the Triad, the original version. Yeah, Interceptor INVENTED the remix, but this is your chance to party like it’s 1995. Check this video for details and click this link to get started.

Next up: Quicksaves! Save and load your game anywhere and anytime and shh, we won’t tell how many tries you needed to make that jump. It’ll be our little secret. Heh heh heh.

And then, KABLAMMO, No More Loggins, Kenny! Quit trying to remember your username and password because with Rise of the Triad 1.2, you only need to login to the servers if you want to sync your offline saves, post your high scores to the leaderboards, or chat with other players via the in-game chat rooms. Logging in is no longer required for multiplayer at all! Even a few mouseclicks and keystrokes can’t stop the fun. 

Mamma mia! There are also dozens of new fixes, tweaks, changes and optimizations you can read about in this awesome forum link.

Players wanting to check out all the madness of Rise of the Triad but not wanting to shell out ludicrous dinero will have a special chance to grab the award-winning remake for 50% off as part of Steam and GOG.com’s Halloween sales. This sale runs from Tuesday through Friday, so grab it in time to fill the weekend with blood, guts, and rockets to the groin. Baseball is over and your fantasy team sucks, what else ya gonna do this weekend? 

Sep
16
2013

Rise of the Triad enters version 1.1 in HUGE update

The wait is over: the first Rise of the Triad update is now live on Steam and GOG.com, including hundreds of fixes, tweaks, optimizations and features requested by the rabid fan community during the first month since release. Said Frederik Schreiber of Interceptor Entertainment: “We are extremely happy about the feedback we have gotten from you guys and we couldn’t have done it without you.” He’s talking about the fans there. Duh.

The team has spent the last month collecting every single bug, tweak and suggestion posted on forums, blogs and websites, in order to create one mega patch. On top of all that, Interceptor has also been working on five brand new multiplayer maps and a map playlist tool — among the most requested features from the community — which are also included in patch 1.1. And it’s all absolutely free, of course.

Watch the brand new trailer, and check out the new screenshots and changelog on our official forum.

Jul
31
2013

Rise of the Triad Review

Classic FPS games in the 90s contained certain elements that make them classics such as speed, cool weapons, open traversal, and secrets. Rise of the Triad (ROTT) was one of those games. Many have attempted to emulate old school FPS’, but have failed to do so on a fundamental level. Will the new ROTT cause a rise in your blood pressure out of frustration, or a rise in your pants from pleasure? …continue reading » Rise of the Triad Review

Jul
02
2013