The following Toy Soldiers: Cold War Guide is a culmination of the efforts of Andrew Crews, John Laster, John Drawdy, Todd Schlickbernd, and Zac Lace. Special thanks goes to Signal Studios for their advice and guidance.
Toy Soldiers: Cold War was released on Xbox Live Arcade on August 17, 2011, featuring an intense mixture of tower defense and action gameplay elements. If you haven’t purchased the game yet, we highly recommend checking out our Toy Soldiers: Cold War review. Make sure to bookmark this page once you have downloaded the game for your go to source for all things related to Toy Soldiers: Cold War.
With no NPD-style analysis of XBLA and Microsoft announcements of sales data few and far between, Gamasutra has made it a habit to do monthly analyses of leaderboard data to get some kind of grip on relative success and failure in the marketplace. April’s deluge of new releases alongside a handful of sales for previously released titles meant that Gamasutra contributer Ryan Langley had a lot to parse.
Signal Studios announced a new sequel to the RTS/Third-person shooter hit Toy Soldiers today. Entitled Toy Soldiers: Cold War the game is set in the 1980s. While the original game focused on old generic tin toys Cold War looks to parody the GI Joe toys of the 80s. It’ll be shown at PAX East, so be sure to stop by Signal’s booth and give it a whirl. See the trailer below and a list of features after the jump.
Source and images courtesy of Signal Studios
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Small is the theme for the upcoming trigger-happy XBLA DLC. Two arcade titles, Worms 2 and Toy Soldiers, are expected to have their own add-on packs. Toy Soldiers: The …