Cryostasis, Necrovision And Men Of War Being Released In February 2009

January 14, 2009

505 GAMES KICKS OFF THE NEW YEAR
WITH CHILLING TERROR, FAST-PACED SHOOTING AND TACTICAL WARFARE

505 Games has today announced
that it is releasing icy survival horror Cryostasis, fast-paced monster FPS
NecroVisioN and World War II strategy title Men of War under the 1C Company
label on 20th February 2009 exclusively on PC.

CRYOSTASIS

Taking place in the Arctic Circle in
1981, players take on the role of Alexander Nesterov, a Russian meteorologist
sent to investigate the final hours of the North Wind, an old nuclear
ice-breaker shipwrecked in an icy grave.

The freezing cold has turned the
inhabitants of the ship into freakish frozen monsters that will hunt down
anything warm and destroy it. Thankfully, Alex possesses a unique ‘Mental Echo’
ability, which allows him to relive the final memories of the dead and change
their actions in the past.

But, can Alex discover what happened
on the North Wind or will he also become the latest victim of the terrible cold?

NECROVISION

NecroVisioN is a first-person horror
shooter, which sees players taking on the role of American soldier Simon Bukner,
who must fight his way through the bleak trenches of World War One and into the
very jaws of Hell.

Dead soldiers are coming back to
life with a lust for human flesh, a mad German scientist has created a giant
robotic scorpion and an ancient war between vampires and demons is threatening
to wipe out humanity.

Armed with his powerful Shadow Hand
and demonic weapons, Bukner must battle to save himself… and the world.

MEN OF WAR

See World War Two from three
different sides – Russian, Allied and German – as you command entire armies and
plot your battle strategies across epic maps based on real-life locations.

Men of War takes place across the
globe during the height of World War II and features three different campaigns,
each with their own unique units, vehicles and missions. From the Russian
missions starring two student comrades fresh to the horrors of war, players are
soon catapulted into massive battles with dozens of units under their command.

In addition to the in-depth single
player experience, Men of War also unleashes a range of multiplayer maps based
on the main missions along with action-packed ‘capture the flag’ and ‘high-value
cargo’ modes.