No Man’s Land Launches In EU Home Today

No Man’s Land, a multi player third-person tactical shooter featuring a cover-based movement system and 4 vs. 4 battles arrives in the EU version of Home today.


The game is free to play with the option of purchasing in-game frippery.

There are two game modes, Scavengers and Team Deathmatch.

Deathmatch is exactly as you would expect whilst Scavengers gives you the task of hunting packs and returning them to your ‘salvage dump’.

The team have released a wodge of tutorial videos which you can find below.

Whilst you are in Home, if you are a PS+ subscriber then pop into the VEEMEE or Stuff stores as owners of Renegade Ops can get their hands on Renegade Ops: Preboot for free.

The game is a 16-bit, top-down, twin-stick shooter with 15 levels and is housed in a neat arcade cabinet you can place in your virtual pad.

It sounds an awful lot like SWIV, if that’s the case then I won’t need to buy a game for the rest of the year. Or ever.

Source: EU PS Blog



  1. SWIV! I might have to check that out!

    • It’s going to be the first thing I do when i get home. Renegade Ops is blatently SWIV 2012 so Im hoping the retro version is near SWIV :)

  2. looks good but the fact I have to enter Home to reach it means I wont be playing it. Oh well.

  3. Cool. Yes please. Keen to know how the cover works in practice.

    • You hide behind it. People can’t shoot you.

      You’re welcome! :)

  4. Sounds like I’ve got to fire up Home again, haven’t touched it since last year.

  5. funny, i swear i remember swiv being a side scrolling game.
    or was it the sequel?


    no mans land is a weird one, i tried it a few weeks back when it launched in the us.
    there’s no way to move around freely, that i could find.
    you just move from cover to cover.
    it takes some getting used to.

    • Silkworm was side scrolling, SWIV was the unofficial sequel – hence Silk Worm IV – they jumped a few numbers ahead :)

  6. The title reminds me of an all Girl action packed video I rented in the early 90’s :o

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