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Post by Eorl @ 03:26pm 17/02/15 | 2 Comments
If turn-based sci-fi strategy games aren't quite doing it for you anymore, it may be time to take a look at a new contender for your precious gaming space: Starfall Tactics, a real-time sci-fi wargame powered by the gorgeous Unreal Engine 4.

Taking place in your typical war-torn galaxy that has far too many ships to count and no real answer as to where these ships come from, Starfall Tactics is trying to break the sci-fi mould with its real-time tactics. Focusing big time on customisation, players are able to unlock and find new parts for their army of spaceships before the enter that ridiculously large battle.

Currently Starfall Tactics is in pre-alpha, but Russian developer Snowforged Entertainment is keen to get word out with an amazing looking gameplay trailer below. The cherry on the already sweet cake? Starfall Tactics will be free-to-play. Sound like your kind of cake? Well head over to the official site for more.

Source: Games.on.net

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Posted 04:25pm 17/2/15
Looks a lot like Homeworld... Sounds a lot like Homeworld... etc etc
Posted 05:22pm 17/2/15
For an RTS in space it looks like it makes no use at all of that extra dimension, looked like everything was still happening on a 2d plane.
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