Gamespot has posted a bunch of Hellgate: London stuff. There are some cool videos and a report from E3 about their impressions of the game.
We had a chance to sit down with Flagship Studios' Bill Roper for
an in-depth look at Hellgate: London, a new 3D hack-and-slash game that
will pose the question: what if the city of London, England, were to be
invaded by demons in the not-too-distant future? As Roper explained,
this unusual idea came from a number of different sources, such as the
studio's research into secret societies like the Knights Templar and
the Freemasons (who, incidentally, were responsible for much of the
construction of the London underground subway system, known
colloquially as "the Tube").
What he really means is that all the Flagship guys got funky and went to see National Treasure and Kingdom of Heaven, and read The Da Vinci Code. Then they were like "Ooo cool...let's do that."
Gamezone also has an E3 preview of the game up:
Namco’s introduction to the PC market is set to be a big one. Their
premiere title, Hellgate London, is a first- and third-person shooter
with gorgeous graphics, gorgeous gore, and loads of fleshy monsters to