03:59 PM - May 29, 2012 by Steve_OS
Check out the new College Lacrosse 2012 screenshots, right here.
College Lacrosse 2012 is available now on Xbox Live for 400 Microsoft points.
You can queue it up right here.
The College Lacrosse franchise has been recognized as one of the top indie sports games in realism, gameplay, and graphics. We’re looking to stay at the forefront by continuing to push College Lacrosse through 2012 as an indie game and then onto Playstation 3, Wii, iOS, and Android in 2013 as a full retail title,” said Carlo Sunseri, Founder of Crosse Studio and Assistant Coach at Robert Morris University. “With enhanced online multiplayer, player movement, and more attention to controls than ever before, College Lacrosse 2012 is prepared to deliver an amazing lacrosse experience for only $5.”
College Lacrosse continues to push the game of lacrosse out to hundreds of thousands of people around the world. College Lacrosse 2012 has added several new features that play a huge role in bringing the lacrosse experience to life. Improved player detail and animations, re-coded online multiplayer, better shooting control, new dodging, and defensive controls help immerse players in a newly updated lacrosse video game.
“College Lacrosse 2012 is a great improvement over last years video game. Lacrosse fans deserve to have an updated video game in 2012 and we have done everything in our power to make it happen for them,” said Carlo Sunseri.
“Furthermore, we have started development of College Lacrosse video games for 2013 through 2016. We’re going to continue to put in the time and invest everything necessary to get a lacrosse video game to the level of the other sports titles.”
College Lacrosse 2012 will be available in time for Memorial Day Weekend featuring major updates to online multi-player, player movement, controls, and gameplay for only $5 on Xbox LIVE.
About Carlo Sunseri and Crosse Studio, LLC.
Carlo Sunseri owns and operates Crosse Studio, LLC. Mr. Sunseri has extensive experience as a lacrosse player, coach, and instructor. He founded Crosse Studio in 2009, and developed the industry’s first field lacrosse video game, College Lacrosse™ 2010. Through Crosse Studio, Mr. Sunseri also produced NLL Lacrosse 2010 and 2011, two indoor professional lacrosse games fully sponsored by the National Lacrosse League. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Management from Robert Morris University and currently is an Assistant Coach for their Division I lacrosse program.