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Nexus 2: The Gods Awaken - First Tech Demo (ORIGINAL)




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Published on Nov 2, 2006

UPDATE: Fans of space-based sci-fi games can check out the Facebook group for "Nexus 2: The Gods Awaken" here:

This is the tech demo for the proposed sequel to Mithis Entertainment's AWESOME space combat game, Nexus: The Jupiter Incident. A few of the goodies you'll see here are planet surfaces so real you could touch them, giant spaceships, fighters doing trench runs straight from Star Wars, and ice cube shields(!).

A game like this would be like having the battles of Babylon 5, Battlestar Galactica (especially its awesome-looking Season 4), Star Trek, and for good measure, Star Wars all on your computer, where YOU call the shots and every last explosion. Don't let such marvelous potential be consigned to the trash heap of gaming history!

Also, the original Nexus: The Jupiter Incident has been released on Steam for paid download! Show your love and make sure others who weren't able to get the game in a box know of this new way to experience one of the best space combat games in recent years. You can buy it here:

NOTE: This video has annotations added to make it seem like an ingame cutscene (just with dialogue balloons instead of voice clips). To get the full effect, you should watch it at least once without the annotations, then turn on the annotations to expand the experience. For fun, see how many references to existing sci-fi series you can identify in the annotations!

You can download the original video file (but without the annotations) here:

This video features samples from the Linkin Park song "Session." Many thanks to Sargoth85 for uploading the original file.


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