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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:24pm 14/01/16 | 2 Comments
In a new developer diary that goes behind the scenes of Blackbird Interactive and Gearbox's prequel to Homeworld. We get a good look at how the game looks and feels, how it developed from a spiritual successor from ex-Homeworld and Company of Heroes developers into an official prequel, and what makes the desert setting of Kharak so alluring for the RTS genre. There's a lot to take in, and this is a fantastic way to learn more about the game before its January 20 release.

The cinematic sequences in particular look stunning in their blend of art, animation, and live-action. We also get a good look at the maps and environments, where giant sand dunes and other structures play into the combat mechanics.

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Tanaka Khan
Posted 09:08pm 14/1/16
Steam have a deal currently running if you pre-purchase this you get the Homeworld Remastered Collection for free, and if you already have it, you get 20% off the purchase price.
one point twenty one
Posted 12:19pm 17/1/16
Homeworld had just about the best atmosphere of any game I've played - it seems they've recaptured that feeling through the use of similar music and other effects. My credit card is ready.
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