Westlake Looks Forward and Back
11:12 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story
Westlake Interactive has taken a look back at its many accomplishments over the year 2001. Now in its fourth year, the company has quietly become a Mac porting powerhouse, churning out twelve excellent Mac games this year alone and winning a number of awards for games like Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 and Age of Empires II. Westlake has also been a huge supporter of Mac OS X, releasing a number of new, as well as updating older, titles for Apple's next-generation operating system.
Here's a clip from Westlake's justifiably proud Web page looking ahead to next year's releases:
2002 is already shaping up to be a banner year for Westlake and Mac games. Currently on deck for a 2002 release are Sid Meier's Civilization III, Max Payne, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Return To Castle Wolfenstein, and Spider-Man. 2002 will also find Westlake finishing work on its first console title, Deus Ex: The Conspiracy, for the Sony PlayStation 2 (developed in close association with Ion Storm Austin).Be sure to head over and read through the rest of Westlake's 2001 Year in Review. Many thanks to Mark Adams and the rest of the team at Westlake for 42 Mac gaming titles over the years, and best wishes in times to come!
Westlake 2001 Year in Review
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