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The Earthlings have joined the interstellar club. The galaxy will never be the same.
The year is 2086 and Earth has detected an alien distress call originating from the surface of Triton. In response, Star Control is formed with you as The Captain of Earth's first prototype starship.
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Anthem is a shared-world action RPG, where players can delve into a vast landscape teeming with amazing technology and forgotten treasures. This is a world where Freelancers are called upon to defeat savage beasts, ruthless marauders, and forces plotting to conquer humanity.
You wake up on a base in a new, unexplored planet. Your ship is torn to pieces and your gear is scattered. Why are you here? What was your mission? How will ever you get back home to your family?
Corpse of Discovery is a thought-provoking first-person game of exploration and adventure located on a myriad of procedurally generated landscapes. As the astronaut searching for answers, you’ll explore unique planets and embark on missions throughout, each revealing a different understanding of what has happened and why you’re here. Corpse of Discovery touches on the universal themes of loss, quality of life, identity, sacrifice, and time, ultimately culminating in the question, “What sacrifices will we make to be successful?”
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The robots you design will change the world! Will you show them the true meaning of love, or conquer Alaska with your robot army?
Choice of Robots is an epic 300,000-word interactive sci-fi novel by Kevin Gold, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.
Play out thirty years of your life as a brilliant robot maker, from graduate school near the present day to a future in which your robots have changed everything. Depending on your choices, your robots may be independent or obedient, clumsy or graceful, empathic or cold…and you yourself may live to an old age happily married or alone with only robots to comfort you.
Play as male or female, gay or straight, with nine characters to romance, four alternate climax chapters, and over seventy achievements to unlock.
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The NieR:Automata™ BECOME AS GODS Edition includes the action-packed 3C3C1D119440927 downloadable content* which features “Revealing Outfit” costume for 2B, “Young Man’s Outfit” costume for 9S and “Destroyer Outfit” costume for A2. After completing new sub-quests in this downloadable content, you can enjoy playing the game while wearing these costumes from NieR Replicant. Sub-quests take the form of three different battle challenges at three different colosseums. Special music video: NieR:Automata meets amazarashi “Deserving of Life,” from collaboration with rock band amazarashi, is also included as part of the scenario.
The NieR:Automata™ BECOME AS GODS Edition also includes the following content:
• Machine Mask Accessory
• Grimoire Weiss Pod
• Cardboard Pod Skin
• Retro Grey Pod Skin
• Retro Red Pod Skin
*To enjoy this content you will need to have progressed a certain way into the main story of the game. There are also some scenes during the progression of the main game scenario in which this content cannot be accessed.
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Homeworld Remastered Collection updates and introduces the landmark space strategy games to modern audiences. The collection includes Homeworld and Homeworld 2, painstakingly remastered by Gearbox in cooperation with key members of the original development team and members of the series’ passionate fan community. As a free bonus, this collection also includes the original versions of Homeworld and Homeworld 2 with compatibility updates, preserving the purest form of the original releases. Anyone who purchases Homeworld Remastered Collection will also receive free access to the Homeworld Remastered Steam Multiplayer Beta when the collection releases on February 25, 2015.
The Homeworld series has a long legacy and is regarded by many as one of the best strategy series of all time. Following its release in 1999 by publisher Sierra and developer Relic Entertainment, Homeworld received several Game of the Year awards and redefined the RTS genre. Its sequel, Homeworld 2, launched in 2003, and was similarly praised by critics for its innovative controls and changes to multiplayer. Brian Martel, Gearbox Software's Chief Creative Officer, has great love and respect for Relic's brilliant, fun and innovative franchise and personally spearheaded Gearbox Software’s acquisition of Homeworld from THQ in 2013.
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A visual novel in which you play as Yama, a high schooler who suddenly gets involved in a series of disappearances at his academy. An investigation that will bring him fear, anxiety, anger, regret... An incident that will eventually change his life forever.
In this story, you will be PRISM, the world's first sentient machine.The story begins in the world of 2031, a world on the brink of chaos. The economy of the United States of North America (USNA) has been stagnating for decades. Crackpot religions are springing up all over the place. Crime and urban decay are rampant. Schools have become violent, chaotic places ill-suited for educating children. Today's youth frequently use joybooths to "tune-out" the world, leading in the extreme case to joybooth suicide, where a psychological addict wastes away in his or her private nirvana. The global situation is even grimmer. The calcuttization of the Third World has almost reached its limit, causing extreme overpopulation and poverty.
So when Senator Richard Ryder, along with a small group of leaders from government, business, and the universities, announces the Plan for renewed national purpose, everyone is only too willing to embrace it. Only one thing stands between the Plan and its adoption: a test of its validity. That's why you have been "awakened" from your simulated life and had your true nature revealed to you several years ahead of schedule. You have been chosen to use your unique abilities to enter a simulation of the future, based on the tenets of the Plan, in order to check its effectiveness. The eyes of the world are on you.
Mega Math Blaster, also known as Math Blaster ages 6-9, is a Math Blaster game. While it's loosely a remake of Math Blaster Episode 1: In Search of Spot, this is a separate game that takes place in the same continuity as the original. It features a new villain, with cameos from previous Math Blaster villains in prison, including Trash Alien, the villain from the first game.
Spot is captured by Gelator after visiting planet Lockemup. Gelator begins using Spot's intelligence as his own. Blasternaut and Galactic Commander are forced to pursue. While de-oozing the planet Moldar from Gelator's Slimy grip in the process.