March 14th, 2001 by Crusader
The official Kohan: Immortal Sovereignssite has new screenshotsfrom the gold release version of their fantasy real-time tactics and strategy game.The Linux versionof Kohan is being developed byLoki Software.
March 5th, 2001 by Crusader
Gamer’s Hell has a newKohan: Immortal Sovereignspreview up (I’d provide a direct link, but their site cgi doesn’t seem to like that…), whichincludes a considerable amount of screenshots.
March 1st, 2001 by Crusader
TimeGate Studios has posted a newKohan: Immortal Sovereignsdevelopment diary entryfor the month of March at Gamespy. Onething of note is Ian Klimon’s revelation that Kohan isonly “days” away from going gold (for Win32, although presumablyLoki’s Linux code basewill get the final stamp of approval shortly thereafter). The rest of the diaryconcerns strategies players can use throughout the fantasy RTS.
February 22nd, 2001 by Crusader
Two more previews of Kohan: Immortal Sovereignshave been posted:
February 19th, 2001 by Crusader
The latest Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns preview has beenposted atX-Treme Gaming Radio; this onelooks at Kohan’s innovations in gameplay tactics and strategy.
February 17th, 2001 by Crusader
Another preview ofKohan: Immortal Sovereigns has been postedat Gamers Pulse. This advance look, likeseveral of its predecessors, talks about how Kohan differs from other real-time strategytitles.
February 15th, 2001 by Crusader
There’s been more than a few new previews of TimeGate Studios’grand tactical game Kohan: Immortal Sovereignsposted this week:
Kohan is being ported to Linux by Loki
February 10th, 2001 by Crusader
The official Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns site updatedthis week to link a brief interviewwith the dev team which was conducted by Gameznet (who alsopreviewed the game recently); the questionsmainly concern what makes Kohan unique among its peers in the RTS genre. Kohan is being ported to Linux by Loki.
February 9th, 2001 by Crusader
Andrew Henderson sent in an e-mail regarding his resignation from Loki Software:
Today (Friday) is my last day at Loki. I left things in good hands,though. My current project here at Loki, Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns,has been handed off to Stephane Peter. Stephane will be the new projectlead on Kohan, and I’m sure he’ll do a great job.
It’s a pretty good bet that my lokigames.com e-mail is going to vanishpretty soon, so anyone who needs to contact me can reach me at my LinuxGames e-mail (email@example.com) from here on out. I want tostay accessible to the Linux gaming community, so the LinuxGames e-mailaddress is probably going to become my new ‘Linux project’ e-mailaccount. :>
For the curious, I’ll still be working with Linux in my new job positionas an embedded systems engineer here in Irvine, California. My Linuxwork has just transitioned from being the software on your desktop intobeing the software running your toaster. Who would have guessed?
I’ve enjoyed my time with Loki, but it’s time for me to move on. So, toall the people who have supported Loki over the past few years, visitedwith us in the #loki IRC channel, and met us personally at trade showsand events… thank you! It won’t be the same without you!
Thanks for your previous work Andrew, and good luck in the future!
February 8th, 2001 by Crusader
Daily Radar has their ownpreview ofKohan: Immortal Sovereigns up; whatdifferentiates this one from its predecessors is its basis on actual beta gameplay experience.
February 6th, 2001 by Crusader
Three new additions to the recent flood of Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns(the fantasy RTS being ported by Loki Software) previews:
- GameZNet – the synergy between the strategicand role-playing elements is examined.
- Gamepen – gives an overview of the”thoughtful” gameplay as compared to previous efforts in the genre
- Gamer’s Pulse – in-game and character screenshots
February 5th, 2001 by Crusader
Gamespy’s John Keefer wrote in to let us know thatTimeGate Studios’ Steve Hemmesch hascomposed a newDeveloper’s Diary entry forthe month of February. This edition includes a project update and elaboration on various gameplay elementsfor the real-time strategy game Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns, beingported to Linux by Loki.
February 2nd, 2001 by Crusader
A preview ofTimeGate Studios’ RTS gameKohan: Immortal Sovereigns (being portedto Linux by Loki) is up atHardGamers. If you can’t read the site’snative French, there’s always Babelfish.
January 21st, 2001 by keerf
Michael Simms sent in the following news:
Pre-release ordering is now available at Tux Games for Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns, Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.2, and Rune.
January 17th, 2001 by Crusader
Andrew Henderson of Loki Software let us know thatGamespy has posted sixscreenshotsfrom TimeGate Studios’ fantasy real-timestrategy game Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns, which isbeing ported to Linux by Loki.
December 28th, 2000 by Crusader
The Adrenaline Vaultreceivedseveral (24) new shots ofthe fantasy RTS Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns fromTimeGate Studios. The screenshot index can befound here; Kohanis being ported to Linux by Loki.
December 19th, 2000 by Crusader
Loki’s Andrew Henderson let us know that the officialKohan: Immortal Sovereigns site has launched; the pressrelease describing the site’s content can be foundhere. Kohan is alsofeatured on the cover of this month’s Linux Journal (whichalso has articles describing OpenAL andSDL); TimeGate Studiosis co-developing the fantasy RTS with Loki for a simultaneous release on Linux (Loki’s Kohanpage is located at http://www.lokigames.com/products/kohan/).
December 1st, 2000 by Crusader
TimeGate Studio’s Adel Chaveleh has posted the first entry inhis Gamespy Dev Diary, which will focuson the genesis of Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns, afantasy RTS. The first iteration relates the creation of TimeGate and provides a brief overview ofKohan.
November 28th, 2000 by Alkini
GameSpot was sent 34 newscreenshots of the upcoming RTS Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns.Kohan will be ported by Loki and theprojected release is sometime early 2001.