Good day for Bad Day LA:
American McGee Presents Bad Day L.A. Goes Gold
August 22, 2006 – Aspyr Media today announced that American McGee Presents: Bad Day L.A for the PC has gone gold and will beginning shipping to North American stores nationwide next week. This third-person action/adventure game, developed by acclaimed designer American McGee, is a cinematic satire that plays off the â€œfear cultureâ€ of modern America by plunging players into a storyline where the city of Los Angeles is barraged with disasters. The game combines comedy, chaos management gameplay, a unique art style created by Kozyndan, an over-the-top ironic story and a cast of characters that find themselves in goofy, often surreal missions.
â€œBad Day L.A. has been designed for every player over age 18 to pick up and enjoy instantly,” said American McGee. â€œOur goal is pure fast action and fun. Players will have a blast grabbing their weapons and ammo; running around and shooting things and interacting with a crazy cast of support characters, all while trying to save LA during what has got to be the cityâ€™s worst day ever.”
You can show your love by pre-ordering the game via Amazon.
It’s always nice when a game finally goes gold. Especially nice when the game had such a difficult development. I’ll work on a post-mortem soon.