a place where the ground is barren and the landscapes often
covered in a thick layer of snow most of the winter months.
As such you can't expect this to be a country where games development
thrives as it's often to cold to do any work. In fact the only
real thing anybody knows Sweden for is their poor home made
beer and those Ikea stores that seem to be popping up everywhere.
all this Sweden remains a technologically advanced first world
country, which could give London a run for its money any day.
Despite all the odds stacked against them, a group of 'Ronneby
University' (Sweden) graduates came together to form a company
known as 'Massive Entertainment'. After only just over two years
they are already the biggest developer in the country and their
first title is set to redefine the C&C Genre.
for a change
Control (GC), a game that takes an alternative viewpoint to
the current generation of C&C games and risks all in the process.
Admit it, nobody's going to win anything by arguing against
C&C, but you might have a chance by suggesting the time be better
spent laying waste to your enemies than building up a base.
In all their wisdom Massive have decided to tread this narrow
path and concentrate on the action rather than the management.