Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers - the creator speaks

It's a war-zone, sunshine! If you want to live, you'd best listen to what the General has to say

GR: Did you consider taking a more hands-on, first person approach?

WS: No.It was never our intent to make a shooter when we decided to make FSW. Shooting is not what the game is about.

GR: What do you think of games with similar controls, like Brothers in Arms?

WS: I really believe that our interface is much better suited to controlling squads of units. I hope many more games adopt our system, or one very similar, only because I have had a very hard time controlling my squads in most other "traditional" squad-based games up to this point - especially shooters and I'm a big FPS player.

GR:How does 10 Hammers' difficulty compare to the previous Full Spectrum Warrior's difficulty?

WS: The game is about the same on the easier setting. On the hardest setting, I would say the game is actually a bit more difficult mostly due to the new enemy AI system we've implemented. The enemies are much more aggressive now and reactionary now, increasing the overall pacing of the game substantially.

GR: Will 10 Hammers be backwards compatible with the Xbox 360 on release? In the future perhaps?

WS: I know of no plans for backwards compatibility right now, but you never know. That decision is not really made by a game's developer.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

I was the founding Executive Editor/Editor in Chief here at GR, charged with making sure we published great stories every day without burning down the building or getting sued. Which isn't nearly as easy as you might imagine. I don't work for GR any longer, but I still come here - why wouldn't I? It's awesome. I'm a fairly average person who has nursed an above average love of video games since I first played Pong just over 30 years ago. I entered the games journalism world as a freelancer and have since been on staff at the magazines Next Generation and PSM before coming over to GamesRadar. Outside of gaming, I also love music (especially classic metal and hard rock), my lovely wife, my pet pig Bacon, Japanese monster movies, and my dented, now dearly departed '89 Ranger pickup truck. I pray sincerely. I cheer for the Bears, Bulls, and White Sox. And behind Tyler Nagata, I am probably the GR staffer least likely to get arrested... again.
We recommend