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'Precursors' And 'Xenus II: White Gold' To Be Distributed Digitally

by Rainier on Dec. 18, 2010 @ 12:57 a.m. PST

Game Factory Interactive presents Christmas and New Year gifts to all players launching the long-awaited FPS/RPG games Precursors and Xenus II: White Gold. Have cool, exciting and unforgettable holidays with Caribbean drug mafiosos under high palms or among alien civilizations of far galaxies!!!

Precursors (FPS/RPG)

Precursors, predecessors, the legend of galaxy… Who are carrying the forebear’s genes among existing races, we can only suppose…

The worlds of galaxies are everlasting, beautiful, unique and dangerous. Some of them are inhabited, some are ruined and deserted, others are just smugglers’ trans-shipment stations. Only when you have passed through all these worlds, sensed the heat of blazing lava-seas and the chilling cold of abysses, seen the stark heavens, you will realize the real power of nature.

Only when you have met corrupt judges, mendacious politicians, unselfish protectors and cruel tyrants you will understand the passions of society. When you have reached unexplored sectors of the galaxy and come across mysterious natural phenomenon, have flown through the tail of a comet or dived into the casual portal, only then you will perceive the infinite depth and diversity of the universe.

Xenus II White Gold (FPS/RPG)

The Caribbean islands are lands full of secrets, mystery and the spirit of romance. These islands are beautiful and … lethally dangerous. Centuries ago the Caibbean waters were teeming with pirates and adventurers... since not much has changed.

Immerse in the world of drug-dealers, bandits and Mafioso, take part in shoot-outs and bandit fights and then reward yourself with an exotic rum or whiskey.

These games will be available on partners’ sites: Gamersgate and GameStreamer.

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