Posts Tagged ‘Marauder Interactive’

Enemy Starfighter Trailer Drums Space Battles Into You

By Graham Smith on August 19th, 2014.

Enemy Starfighter is a roguelike Starfox-like: roguelike, in the sense that each galaxy and its enemies are randomly generated and that there is permadeath; Starfox-like, in the sense that it skips some of the fidelity and simulation of Elite: Dangerous and Star Citizen in favour of a game more concerned with pure piloting and combat. As I wrote back in April, it at times feels more like you’re flying a gun than a spaceship.

Let the new trailer below explain.

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Hands On: Enemy Starfighter

By Graham Smith on April 25th, 2014.

Each game of Enemy Starfighter begins in Overwatch, a region of space from which you can see five or six or seven other possible destinations. Each is represented by a white pip; there’s perhaps an asteroid field, a planet, a star, and then one region which has another set of symbols above the white mark. These tell you what ships are inhabiting the space. Corvettes? Frigates? I can never remember what the symbols mean, only that each represents an opportunity for death or derring-do that the dynamic mission generator has created for me.

Pick a destination, engage your gap drive and let’s jump into orbit.

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