Rassen products to launch at EAG 2010

With less than a week to go until the European Amusement and Gaming expo opens in London, we have received the news that Electrocoin Sales will be launching the products of the Korean company Rassen at the show. The company is concerned with military simulation products, two of which are shown in the promotional video we’ve seen. The first is Vulcan M, a large lightgun game with a variety of immersive cabinet features, featuring a fixed machine gun. The second is Military Camp, which focuses on smaller, hand-held weaponry. Though it’s hard to catch much game footage in the trailers, both games appear to feature very realistic visuals. Other details are scarce at present (not least due to our lack of Korean language skills), so until EAG rolls around you’ll need to settle for the trailer below.

[Official Rassen website] [Discuss on the forums]

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One Comment on “Rassen products to launch at EAG 2010”

  1. Shaggy Says:

    That moving chaingun is pretty awesome – as long as no one sticks their hand in it during play.

    It’s too bad the video features so much interlacing and more focus on the girl than the game, but those visuals certainly do look like they could be top-notch.

    Military Camp looks to be more of a simulator to grab the Call of Duty crowd, which could work out well despite people who will protest this like they did America’s Army.


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