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And we throw in the latter there as the game's protagonist, Nora Harwood, looks a lot like a Nova cosplayer. Also, Everreach: Project Eden is ambitious in the traditional sense of the word as it comes from a very small studio made-up of only five people and some freelancers. And it offers up a third-person, story-driven, action-RPG set on a large alien planet.

And sure, it doesn't look amazing in its debut - but chalk us up as keen to see more of this Mass Effect meets StarCraft: Ghost mashup.

In Everreach: Project Eden you play as Nora Harwood, member of Everreach’s Security Division, on a mission to secure the colonization process of Eden and investigate mysterious incidents. Explore this vast alien world and descend into the planet’s depths to discover the ancient secrets of a long-forgotten civilization. Packed with intense shooter action, and a compelling level and skill system, Everreach immerses you in its intriguing story and diversified gameplay.

Interestingly the game's director, Ede Tarsoly, previously create a story-driven RTS in the style of a Command & Conquer or StarCraft called Meridian: New World as its sole developer. It wasn't well received, but equally ambitious none the less. Everreach: Project Eden is set to debut on PC and Xbox One in September, with a PlayStation 4 release also on the cards for this year.

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