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Interstellar Marines

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Developer: Zero Point Software

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Interstellar Marines resurrects the old-school tactical FPS. It offers a blend of co-op, role-playing and nonlinear gameplay. You take on the role as an elite soldier who's been chosen to join Project IM, a top-secret military program to protect mankind from the dangers outside our solar system.

At the dawn of the 22nd century, man’s lust for resources has taken him beyond Earth and into space. This new frontier has brought new challenges and opportunities, dangers and rewards, and out there, in the dark, awaits the ultimate discovery: another sentient species.

A next generation FPS, Interstellar Marines puts the player in the role of an Interstellar Marine soldier and lets him experience the thrill of a tour of duty in outer space where his decisions can affect the future of mankind.

Interstellar Marines combines its unique features with the highest quality in visuals and animation to deliver an experience unlike any other: a serious, well-researched science fiction FPS that gives a realistic vision of what “first contact” might be like.

Key features

  • Singleplayer or up to four players cooperative
  • Custom game modes featuring arcade, RPG and tactical elements
  • Captivating storyline with heavy focus on realism
  • Advanced weapons simulation
  • Randomized and non-linear gameplay
  • Character growth and specialization
  • Fully interactive environments

Interstellar Marines, using Epic's Unreal Engine 3, is a trilogy, and aimed at the next generation PC, X360 and PS3 platforms.

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