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Homeworld
  • Publisher: Sierra
  • Genre:Strategy
  • Developer: Relic
  • Release Date:Sep 28, 1999
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Animated Violence)
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Game Description:While the real-time strategy genre suffered from overused ideas and clones upon clones due to overly accessible 2D top-down engines, Relic emerged from the stratosphere with their stellar fully 3D space based RTS Homeworld. It turned out to be one of the most cinematic experiences ever created using amazing music, mind blowing spacescapes, a brilliant storyline and beautifully crafted gameplay. While controls suffered a bit because of the new 3D frontier it was trying to cross, Homeworld deserves its spot on the list and then some for its innovation and insane attention to production value and detail. Who ever thought the emptiness of space could be so atmospheric?
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  • Relic Possibly Working On New 'Homeworld' Game

    Relic, currently working on Company of Heroes: blah and Dawn of War II, could be fixing to get back to the Homeworld franchise next. When asked about the possibility, Jonny Ebbert, Dawn of War II's lead designer, said, "we're definitely looking at it. We'll see what happens in the future." When asked if the studio is currently working...

    Posted November 25, 2008| 15 Comments

    Relic Possibly Working On New 'Homeworld' Game

 


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