Posts Tagged ‘Interstellar Marines: Prologue’

Hot Drop Into Interstellar Marines Early Access

By Craig Pearson on July 3rd, 2013.


Zero Point’s Interstellar Marines has a perception problem. I had a look at a bunch of comments people have made about it in the various news stories we’ve posted: some people are intrigued by the promised RPG shooter that’s been inspired by Deus Ex and System Shock; others decry it as ‘generic’, and failing to live up to its promise. I can see both sides. For all their promises, all that’s really been delivered is a multiplayer shooter and bits of admittedly impressive tech. For a game announced in 2005, that’s not a huge amount of progress. It’s something that the developers address a little bit in the trailer below, with a breathless narrator mocking the lead dev’s ambitions as he pitches the game to Steam Early Access customers.
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The Interstellar Marines’ Team Tell You About Prologue

By Jim Rossignol on November 23rd, 2012.


Zero Point, the team behind ambitious tactical sci-fi FPS, Interstellar Marines, have sat down to talk to you guys about their “Prologue” game. With just a few days to go on their Kickstarter they are still a long way from their $600k target, and they’re aiming to tell you enough to get you excited about their project. As they explain: “Since our Kickstarter campaign started it has been clear to us that our explanation of Prologue has been somewhat vague. So we decided to sit down in a cozy environment, with the limited time that we have, and go through the experience from A to Z, like we’ve never done before!”

Take a look at their ten-minute video below.
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