Yes friends, from here on out, Luc Bernard will officially be known as "The Mack", and he has returned. Ironically, his theme song is not the 70's funk hit by the same name, it's actually What's up doc, can we rock?. As for the game he's returned with, it's called Mecho Wars. I love the way it looks, and if the gameplay can keep up, it could be a new favorite. I don't have an iPhone yet so it will be a little while before I find out myself, but Luc has hinted that the game could come to WiiWare or the DS at some point. I'll believe it when I see it; Eternity's Child still hasn't come out on WiiWare as promised, so only time will tell.
iPhone owners can buy Mecho Wars here.
You can expect to see a lot more of Luc in the coming months. He's reportedly the new head of a second game studio based out of Atlanta, working on getting a Mecho Wars cartoon made, and in the process of making a reality show. Keep tabs on the guy via his Cblog, which has also returned, with behind-the-scenes Mecho Wars production art to boot.
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