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Exclusive: S2 Games to Reveal ‘STRIFE’ and Kevin Eastman's Comic at PAX Prime 2013

TMNT Co-Creator Kevin Eastman On-Hand For Strife Comic Collaboration And Signing.

PAX Prime is coming up next week in Seattle (I'll be there) and one announcement coming from S2 Games is Strife. S2 Games is the developers of the free-to-play Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) Heroes of Newerth. Their new MOBA, Strife, will be revealed to the public for the first time at this year's PAX Prime expo.

Strife will be available to play from August 30 through September 2 at PAX Prime and S2 team members will be conducting demos at booth #352 in the main hall. On Monday, September 2, S2 will have a special guest as Kevin Eastman, co-creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, will be there and will reveal an exclusive preview of the Strife comic he and S2 have been working on. Eastman will be available for a signing and to answer questions.

S2 has given us an exclusive first look at the cover of Eastman's STRIFE.

At PAX Prime, S2's booth will feature behind-the-scenes looks at Strife's development along with live Q&A's, discussions and presentations as well as giveaways, including the exclusive preview version of the comic. There will also be a Strife lounge at the Daily Grill across the street from the convention center for more time with the game.

S2 has also shared some never before seen screenshots of the game. Click to enlarge.

You can check out some more information, including a teaser trailer, over at GameSpot as well.

Strife will be available this winter, promising a realm of conflict, competition and glory. For more information on Strife, visit, or follow along on Twitter (@S2Strife), Facebook ( and YouTube (

Posted by Master_Thief

wished it was a full length tmnt game

Posted by Ghidoran

Another crappy LoL clone...seems they've given up on HoN. A shame, it was my favorite MOBA for the longest time. It had the depth and complexity of DotA, a faster paced engine, and was actually pretty well balanced while also being fun and quirky. The crazy skins, the fun game modes, the excellent community interaction from the devs was a great thing. Unfortunately they stopped caring about the game and started caring about the money instead.

Oh well. Back to DotA 2.


HoN has really gone down the tubes in the last year, some major balance issues,

Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus

Looks interesting, to say the least!