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Orbitron: Revolution, defend against the Droid Rebellion


Orbitron: Revolution

Since initially revealed back in June, 2011 the project has been significantly upgraded. It now includes three modes of operation as well as an extensive list of functional and visual improvements.

The chances of the Orbitron Ring coming under attack by the Droid rebellion on nearby systems is thought to be slim.Leaving nothing to chance however, two of Earth’s best pilots, Blaze Harvest and Kaela Winters have been assigned to the station for active duty.

Combat space fighters, supplied by Advanced Combat Mechanics and their subsidiary Varia Aerotech, are on hand for the two aces to command in the unlikely event of a surprise robotic attack.Both fighters utilize the latest in integrated direct fire, as well as Power Cell driven Wave Bombs, and Power Shot technology in addition to augmented thrust.

Earth based populace may participate in the Power Station’s defense system by purchasing Orbitron: Revolution project on Xbox Live Indie Games for 240 Microsoft Points Today. Today the Power Station activates, high scores from the best players with Xbox Live Gold memberships will be cataloged and viewed through an online tracking system.

Orbitron: Revolution was selected as one of the top 20 semi finalists in Microsoft’s 2011 Dream Build Play competition and features music by Audio Antics (Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved), sound design by Studio X Labs (Homeworld) and is powered by the Sunburn Engine from Synapse Gaming.

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One response

  1. Very impressive modelling and shader work. In fact it almost seems a waste to constrain that to such a limited setting, but I guess the developers were going for intensity and pick-up-and-play appeal.

    December 3, 2011 at 8:55 pm

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