Army Men - Sarge's Heroes 2 © 2000 The 3DO Company.
A 2-inch femme fatale named Brigette is but the latest creation from the wacky gang at 3DO.
This go-round, Sarge teams up with a G.I. Jane named Vikki in a campaign for survival against the nefarious Tan Army. It seems that the Tans' General Plastro, in his ceaseless quest to wipe Sarge and his Bravo Company from the face of the earth, has enlisted the aid of Blue Spy Brigette Bleu.
Sarge and Vikki battle their way across desktops and under beds in 14 missions, each with as many as five unique objectives, en route to a final showdown with the pugnacious Plastro and his troops. Sarge's Heroes 2 will boast "Plastic World" environments, in which Sarge appears human-sized, and "Real World" environments, in which he's his usual pocket-sized self.
Publisher 3DO promises "very visceral, funny animations" that feature technologically advanced PlastosheenTMspecular lighting effects. The game supports high-res graphics with the Expansion Pak.
Treacheress Brigette is but one of nine new characters. There are also 14 weapons, including:
Assault Rifle Bazooka Flame Thrower Shotgun M-60 Machine Gun Sniper Rifle Grenades Grenade Launcher Mortar Mine-Sweeper Mines C-4
Cartridge ID: NUS-N32E-USA
Released on September 27, 2000 in USA.
Director: Tim May
Technical Director: Dan Geisler
Creative Director: Michael Mendheim
Art Director: Nina Stanley
Executive Producer: Nicholas Beliaeff
Producer: Erich Waas
Production: David A. Lucca
Programmers: Chris Bannock, Peter Wiseman
Additional Programming: Chuck Romberger
Lead Artist: Lance Charnes
Artists: Louise Bell, Dalma Bolech, Vadim Grigoriev, Michael Groark, Shao Wei Liu, Aaron Merriman, Christopher Opdahl, Nels Potts, Andrey Rubetskoi, Leonid Starkov, Brian Steffel
Movies: Michael Vaverka
Lead Designer: Benjamin Cholewinski
Level Layout Director: James Farley
Designers: Egan Hirvela, Mike King, Colin Munson, Neil Musser, Nels Nelson, Brad Santos, Patrick Williams
Audio: Lance Page
Script: Flint Dille, Michael Kennedy
Music: John Baker, Barry Blum, Brian Min, Sounds included in this recording are from the Percussive Adventures Library
Sounds produced by: Christopher Page (for East West Communications Inc.)
Voice: Jim Cummings, Susan Blu
Testers: Arthur McConnell, James Barron, Sean Wyman, Jesse Anacleto, Geoffrey Burns, Robert Vostry, Mark McCunney, Joe Hakik, Brandon Barbour, Noah Holmes, Alfred Dutton, Brandis Dutton, Laurent Philippe, Phoenix Valencia
Special Thanks: Elise Lachowyn, Lisa MacMillan, Trip Hawkins, William G. Dunn, Maria Toepfer