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Recreation of The Battle of Thermopylae of 480 B.C. focusing on the Spartans and last stand for Greece. The multiplayer will be a beast of its own mainiting the art, style, and fighting sense, but recreating the gameplay. It will be oriented towards the war as a whole instead of the single battle. Will be including updates as game design decides on more set in stone factors. (These lists will be added to as we become for sure on the gameplay) Singleplayer including: -Ten hours of gameplay -Battle formations recreating troop combat of the Spartan Phalanx -Calling on you to use group combat constantly giving you 4 Spartans at your side, and requiring you do use strategy to overcome the odds Multiplayer including: -Multiple classes and a ranking system that unlocks characters as you rank up in the Greek or Persian army -Multiple fighting modes including a lenghty campaign mode, waging the war until there is a clear victor.

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barness
barness Apr 1 2007, 10:20am says:

Wow, wonderfull stuff! I think the new Unreal engine will produce some of the best looking mods ever! Good luck!

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ircmaster
ircmaster Apr 1 2007, 12:26pm says:

Wow, awesome job. Good luck on this. I'm also working on a 300 mod but for HL2. We'll see how both come out. :)

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Thestjester
Thestjester Apr 1 2007, 2:07pm says:

long flowing cape my friend. Cloth only does that when its crumpled on the ground... Remember gravity ;)

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Origin
Origin Apr 1 2007, 7:31pm says:

actually, depending on the stitching, whats on the back, and the material, the cape actually could easily look like that...

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DamathaStudios
DamathaStudios Apr 2 2007, 11:56am says:

polycount? is that high rez mesh?
mmm what about game mesh render with normal maps and all that stuff?

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BeyondTheGrave
BeyondTheGrave Apr 2 2007, 6:07pm says:

they didn't wear body armour... in other words... no chest plate

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Thestjester
Thestjester Apr 21 2007, 5:13pm says:

True, But I think its best not to follow the film 100% due to copyright/Trademark infringements.

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DiePflanze
DiePflanze Apr 29 2007, 11:13am says:

Some Soldiers did wear cheastplates also, but only a few.
looks great though :D dondt change that^^

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xXxHieroxXx
xXxHieroxXx Jun 28 2007, 1:26am says:

The cape is a little to crumbled. Make less, but bigger folds. And make them only from side to side. The metal looks absolutely stunning though! Great wicked work.

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Rhodeder
Rhodeder Sep 18 2007, 3:45am says:

nice zbrush work man

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Range_Finder
Range_Finder Dec 13 2008, 10:20am says:

Actually im fairly sure the Spartans in real life wore chestplates and probably tunics or something like that. The armourless Spartan is more likely just Frank Millers own touch to make them stand out and make them look tougher.

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