Iron Brigade Previews - Xbox 360

Iron Brigade
Game Description: Iron Brigade is an Action game, developed and published by Double Fine Productions. Iron Brigade was known as Trenched when it was first released.
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    Iron Brigade First Look Preview


    Double Fine is at it again with Trenched, the upcoming tower defense game that also puts you on the ground and into the action. Here CEO Tim Schafer and Project Lead Brad Muir give Adam Sessler a first look, and unveil to the world new term "War Barbie".

    Posted: Mar 8, 2011 | 8,361 Views | 03:16

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    Iron Brigade First Look Preview -- Not Your Typical Post-WWI Alternate Reality Tower Defense Shooter

    Double Fine keeps the downloadable games train rolling with this quirky, WWI-themed, tower defense game set in an alternate reality. I know, that old tale again? Still, here's our first look from GDC 2011.

    Posted: Mar 8, 2011

  • Holiday Buyers Guide 2011 - Best Downloadable Games Part 1

    Posted: November 29, 2011

    5,239 Views | 01:54

  • Iron Brigade Video Review

    Posted: July 12, 2011

    2,846 Views | 02:25

  • Starhawk In Depth: Blending Genres

    Posted: July 11, 2011

    1,790 Views | 02:08

  • Child of Eden and Iron Brigade

    Posted: June 22, 2011

    5,174 Views | 04:29

  • Official Iron Brigade E3 Trailer

    Posted: June 7, 2011

    2,705 Views | 01:26


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