Demigod Previews - PC

Game Description:Demigod is a team-based action game with RTS and RPG elements. Players take control of a massive Demigod with the goal of annihilating their opponent’s position in a given arena while preventing the opponent’s Demigod from doing the same to them. Although the game supports superb one-on-one duels, the title will truly shine in team play either with other human-controlled Demigods or with ones controlled by a sophisticated computer AI. As the game progresses, the player's Demigod will acquire items, attributes and experience.
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    Hands On: Demigod


    X-Play welcomes Stardock CEO and President Brad Wardell into the studio to talk about their mythical action/RPG/RTS hybrid Demigod for the PC.

    Posted: Nov 6, 2008 | 8,210 Views | 05:03 | 7 Comments

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    Demigod First Look


    Adam talks with Gas Powered Games CEO Chris Taylor about the upcoming RTS title, Demigod.

    Posted: Sep 2, 2008 | 1,432 Views | 02:40 | 8 Comments

  • G-Phoria '09: Best Strategy Game

    Posted: August 5, 2009

    6,045 Views | 00:25

  • Demigod Regulus Trailer

    Posted: May 21, 2009

    882 Views | 00:57

  • Demigod Oak Profile

    Posted: May 13, 2009

    597 Views | 01:01 | 1 Comment

  • Demigod Sedna Profile

    Posted: May 6, 2009

    562 Views | 01:01

  • Demigod Unclean Beast Profile

    Posted: April 30, 2009

    668 Views | 01:00


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