Satellite Reign pre-alpha footage excites our Syndicate senses

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By on March 16, 2014 at 3:00 pm

Satellite Reign is a crowd-funded spiritual successor to Syndicate Wars from one of its original creators. OMGWTFBBQ, you perhaps exclaimed, if this is the first time the project has come to your attention. Yes, we’re all very excited – especially as this new bit of pre-alpha footage looks pretty damn good.

Source: Kotaku

10 comments (Leave your own)

OMGWTFBBQ!!!

Yeah, i’ll be having that please!

 

i do hope there’s some good inventory and personal management in it

 

Where’s the persuadatron? :-P

 

Oh man, that looks promising. Verrrry promising.

 

That looks really sharp. Can’t wait to see how it turns out.

 

war:
Where’s the persuadatron? :-P

With EA’s legal team :(

Gonna have to do with some renamed variant I guess ;)

 

Excellent good sirs you’ve made my morning!

 

Can’t wait to find my name in the civilian population and…um…blow myself away?

That doesn’t sound right.

 

That guy clearly needs a bigger gun.

 

ralphwiggum:
Can’t wait to find my name in the civilian population and…um…blow myself away?

That doesn’t sound right.

I’m wondering if my named civilian will hang around with my brothers named civilian… then I can blow both of us away!

 
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