28th May 2008
Pro Cycling Manager– Tour De France 2008 is the latest version of the popular racing management game for PC and PSP. To demonstrate the games outstanding graphics engine, Ascaron and 93 Games have released the official trailer and 9 new PC screenshots.
Watch the trailer here
Download the official trailer in SD (50 MB)
Download the official trailer in HD (131 MB)
Download the 9 new screenshots (6.5 MB)
Pro Cycling Manager– Tour de France 2008 features 180 real-time 3D playable races, including the famous Tour de France 2008. The new trailer displays the improved racing graphics, new lighting system, highly detailed environments and incredibly realistic rider models and animations. The trailer also includes footage of professional track cycling, a new type of racing to challenge fans of the series.
Chase the yellow jersey
Become the manager of one of 65 official cycling teams, handling all aspects of a professional season; choosing the team, finding new talent, taking charge of races, organising contracts, scheduling training and looking after finances. A variety of race commands and actions let you take control of your team, implementing winning tactics as you race to victory.
New features, combined with Pro Cycling Manager’s engaging gameplay ensure that Pro Cycling Manager– Tour de France 2008 is a highly realistic and enjoyable professional cycling experience.
Visit http://www.cycling-manager.com for more information.
Publisher: Ascaron Entertainment / 93GAMES
Release date: 27th June 2008
Format: PC / PSP
Genre: Management / Racing
About Ascaron Entertainment
>From Day One in 1989 Ascaron Entertainment has become one of the leading European“boutique” developers and Publishers of games for the PC, with many successful titles including Patrician, Port Royale, DarkStar One and SACRED.
Ascaron maintains development studios in Berlin, Gutersloh and Aachen (Germany), as well as an international department in Birmingham (UK). Ascaron currently markets its products in more than 40 countries and over 15 languages.
Ascaron Entertainment (UK) is an independent office and is highly regarded on a domestic and global scale. With a professional reputation, full-service product management, and a wealth of experience in the games industry, the UK operation manages the international releases of Ascaron's entire catalogue, whilst also providing a bespoke publishing, sales, PR and marketing function to selected affiliate label partners. Ascaron Entertainment (UK) continues to be responsible for successfully launching titles into the UK market from developers and publishers worldwide. Titles include the popular UFO, Panzers, Cossacks and Blitzkrieg seriesof games, as well as critically acclaimed hits such as Call of Juarez, Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle and TrackMania United.
Founded in 1996, 93GAMES is a French publishing and distribution company based near Paris, France. Known for the diversity, quality and originality of its catalogue, 93GAMES now publishes and distributes many of its titles throughout Europe and also world-wide in both boxed retail and digital distribution formats. The last five years have been very successful for 93GAMES in France, with many of its PC licenses becoming top-sellers. 93GAMES has also published several original titles, including the adventure game Runaway, the renowned Cycling Manager and the much-loved TrackMania. The coming months will be exciting and full of surprises with the release of high-quality games such as Blood Bowl, TrackMania DS, Runaway: A Twist of Fate, Sherlock Holmes andsport games dedicated to major events such as the America’s Cup or the Tour de France.
Cyanide is a French game development studio, based in the Paris region. It currently employs forty people. Best known for its sport management sims Cycling Manager and Pro Rugby Manager, Cyanide broke the mould in the heroic-fantasy universe with its 2004 release of Chaos League, Loki and currently works on the video game adaptation of Games Workshop's famous board game: Blood Bowl.
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