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Exodus from the Earth

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Developer: Parallax Arts Studio

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by Rainier on Oct. 20, 2008 @ 12:35 a.m. PDT

Exodus from the Earth is an sci-fi first-person shooter, which takes place simultaneously in two worlds, in the nearest future on the Earth and on a distant planet with uncommon inhabitants and landscape. The player will have to solve numerous quests and eventually to find out if human life and civilization are possible beyond the Earth's confines.

The game takes place in 2016. Mankind reckons for five billion years before the Earth starts to die. In reality it turned out that human beings live their last fifty years. The Earth is beginning to turn into a lifeless hell because of the Sun, which is irreversibly growing into a «Red Giant».

In order to survive people have to invent a new form of life compatible with the human intellect or to find another planet with a common environment where people can leave.

The «A.X.» Corporation, one of the largest genetic engineering companies, was called to carry out the scientific researches into mutations. In a while, the Corporation offered the technology that could allow human beings to survive in aggressive environment of an alien planet. The technology implied the substitution of the atom of carbon by the atom of the «A.X.» mineral. The first tests were extremely successful however such injections had to be repeated on a regular basis in order to survive and this would make all people depend on the «A.X.» Corporation eternally.

Shortly, it was rumored that the Corporation knew something about the planet with the environment similar to the Earth's but the Corporation concealed this fact for the purposes of earning money on the «A.X.» mineral and capturing the whole world.

“Exodus from the Earth is a next generation title that will create an exhilarating alternative in the first person shooter genre,” says Strategy First Business Development Manager Emanuel Wall.

However, there were no official reports neither about the planet nor about its location and nobody knew if this planet really existed or it was just a rumor. Nevertheless, the Government could not ignore this information, as this could be the only chance for the humankind for survival.

So, the Government commissions the main hero whose name is Frank to investigate this information. Frank will have to find out what is going on in the Corporation and about the planet where the mineral is extracted.

"Exodus from the Earth won’t disappoint the high standards that Steam Gamers have for First Person Shooters,” says Strategy First Business Development Manager Emanuel Wall. “We understand that the Steam Gamers make or break a first person shooter, which is why we took our time to present only the top tier first person shooters to Valve.”

Action takes place simultaneously in two worlds, in the nearest future on the Earth and on a distant planet with uncommon inhabitants and landscape. During gameplay the player will meet with various characters from security service agents to cyborgs, robots and mutants. The player will have to solve numerous quests and eventually to find out if human life and civilization are possible beyond the Earth's confines.

Outstanding visual effects, realistic physics, destructible objects, various characters and means of transportation, dynamic and unpredictable gameplay combined with nice hi-poly locations and unique weapons will ensure players the highest possible feeling of action and dynamics incidental to the best modern shooters.

Developed by Parallax Arts Studio and published by Strategy First, Exodus from the Earth will be available for PC OCt. 24, 2008.

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