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That's only available to backers who pledged more than $750 to the Kickstarter campaign, for the proposed remake that ran into recent development trouble when its scope extended beyond simple remake. But, with developer Nightdive Studios back to focusing on recreating the original experience the new System Shock: Adventure Alpha offers an early feature complete look at the effort.

Even though it features the original textures and not final art, it's still impressive - in a retro sort of way.



The Adventure Alpha represents a 1:1 recreation of the levels from the original System Shock that the team will use to update art and polish accordingly. As opposed to the almost complete redesign that saw the project run into problems earlier this year.



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