Nintendo News | Nibris Raids DS

By Mike Mason 14.06.2006 10

Earlier, we revealed some news about the storyline of Nibris' vertical shooter, Raid Over The River, appearing exclusively on DS (aside the Wii version which is to follow later). Now, the Polish developer is ready to lay a lot more on the table.

The game will have six separate campaigns, each with several missions, which take place in different time dimensions: Ancient Greece, World War 2 Europe, Cold War Soviet Russia, present day United States of America, Germany in 2018 and Japan of an unspecified future. When played solidly, it is thought that the game will last at least 10 hours, and each campaign will have a separate vehicle that fits the time dimension. Hidden missions, vehicles and bonuses, as well as a robust multiplayer mode, will help to lengthen the game.

An extensive range of weaponry will be present, with basic ammunition, sonic blasters and plasma cannons to name but a few. Special attacks are also available, such as help from wingmen, intelligent missiles, particle blasters, gravity bombs and laser attacks from satellites. The special attack system will take advantage of the touch screen and microphone

Box art for ROTR: Raid Over The River








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Damn that looks pretty good! Lets hope it delivers.

This is one DS game I would really like to see in motion. Smilie

Single Player
# Story Mode
# Arcade
# Dogfight
# Survival

# Co-operative
# The Raid
# Raid Over The Galaxy
# Special Mode


And what's this Raid Over The Galaxy??? Wi-fi possibly?SmilieI haven't played any of their games but I already love themSmilie

( Edited on 14.06.2006 07:27 by tiamat1990 )

electricnomad said:
This is one DS game I would really like to see in motion. Smilie

Agreed. The DS has needed a decent war game for a while...this looks like its shaping up really well!

Hopefully Raid over the Galaxy is Wifi! Smilie

Raid over the river is getting better and better.I cant wait to get this title

Sounds very deep and very long for a vertical shooter, I hope they can pull it off. Smilie

My god, the Wii game is going to look the sex, but it must be a long way off, 2008 probably.

It's going to be shit and you jolly well know it.

tiamat1990 said:
I havent played any of their games but I already love themSmilie
Well how could you? They don't technically have any yet >_>

Still a proud member of the 'omfg amazing water in games' society

Yeah I know thatSmilie

Damn you Nibris and your choicy games. Will you stop at nothing in your evil zeal to steal cash from me!

this game is looking preety good!!! Smilie

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