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Carrier Command: Gaea Mission

Platform(s): PC, Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Publisher: Mastertronic (EU), Rising Star Games (US)
Developer: Black Element Software
Release Date: Oct. 2, 2012 (US), Sept. 28, 2012 (EU)

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'Carrier Command: Gaea Mission' (ALL) Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on Oct. 4, 2012 @ 11:31 p.m. PDT

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission is based on the original Carrier Command released in 1988, fully licensed and endorsed by its creators, and strives to deliver innovative and intense gameplay in a truly next-gen rendition.

Get the Carrier Command: Gaea Mission Demo off WP (1.5GB)

Based on the 1988 groundbreaking classic, Carrier Command: Gaea Mission offers a refreshing blend of vehicular combat with tactical and strategic elements. In a massive open world -- consisting of 33 unique islands hosting six distinct climatic zones -- players are put in command of a futuristic military carrier holding multiple remotely controllable and customizable units. By traversing the seas and establishing a strategic network of island bases for mining, production and defense, players set out to conquer the archipelago on the planetoid Taurus.

The demo introduces players to Carrier Command: Gaea Mission's unique gameplay as they lead two demo-exclusive assaults on the Thermopylae and Granite islands.

Narrated by one of the developers, the demo kicks off with an action-packed sequence in which players control one of the amphibious Walruses. Once the first objective is completed, the demo fast-forwards to another island, allowing players to switch between driving Walruses, flying Mantas and ordering units via the tactical map. Overall, the full demo takes about 45 minutes to complete.


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