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Remnants of the Stars

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Developer: Cornersuite Studios

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'Remnants of the Stars' - 13 New Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on May 2, 2005 @ 9:04 a.m. PDT

Remnants of the Stars is an open ended space simulation that features unparalleled space combat integrated tightly with an engaging story. It takes place in a massive universe which the player is free to explore and exploit.

Get the Remnants of the Stars trailer off WP (27mb)

Features

  • Advanced Graphics - Remnants of the Stars uses OpenGL 2.0 to feature the most advanced space simulation engine ever created. Features include normal and specular mapping, environment mapping, glow, and shadows.
  • Real Physics - All movements, collisions, and interactions are computed by a complete physics engine.
  • Realistic Environments - Fly through asteroid belts, realistic nebula, and around full size, shaded planets. Backgrounds are rendered using in-house, award winning astronomical photos.
  • Unique, Varied Space Combat - A large variety of weapons, ships, and battles ensure a unique experience.
  • Massive Battles - Play a pivotal role in large battles. Fight up to a hundred ships simultaneously.
  • Large, Open Ended Universe - Explore a massive universe affected by your decisions. Ally or fight with a variety of alien races, human factions and guilds.
  • Engaging Story - Enter a universe in conflict over humanity's first contact with an alien species. Learn the truth behind this conflict, fight in massive wars, and stop the spread of a mysterious virus.
  • Cross Platform Support - Remnants of the Stars will be released simultaneously on Windows, Linux, and OSX.

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