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Sunday, 08 July 2007 11:06

Space Forge Rogue Universe comes in August

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Already out in USA


Space Force: Rogue Universe, what is said to be "the most beautiful and open ended space simulation ever created" is set to ship to Australia in August. The game already had successful launch in Northern America.

In this highly visual game developed by Provox players can enjoy two different game types gelled into one. First one lets you follow the story and explore the galaxy to seek revenge for your family.

The second option lets you play more of a role playing game that gives you more then 2000 side quests and kind of lets you develop the story on your own. You get to customize your equipment and combat style. Players can also trade, engage in crafting and exploration, questing and diplomacy and all sorts of different things.

If you want more information visit the official site here. 

 

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