Got a press release from Matrix Games earlier today announcing the release of the AI War: Alien Bundle which includes the base game, AI War: Fleet Command, as well as its three expansions, AI War: The Zenith Remnant, AI War: Children of Neinzul, and AI War: Light of the Spire. This bundle is priced for $19.99, which is a steal at the price, though to be completely honest, these games have been offered at a cheaper price during various sales on Steam, GamersGate and other places, so that’s something to keep in mind. It IS, however, $10 less than it’s currently going for on Arcen Games’ own site.
Regardless, $20 is a steal for the amount of gameplay found here, so if you’ve not played AI War: Fleet Command, now is a great time to start. Enjoy!
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So while I was working my butt off at two jobs for the last three weeks, a few things happened that I didn’t have time to cover then, so I figured I’d give ‘em a quick rundown:
- RTSGuru brought word of a new browser-based space strategy game called Starpires that looks neat despite it’s…wacky name.
- The Beyond Beyaan blog had a few interesting updates covering design changes, the race selection UI and the player setup screen.
- Space Sim Central has word of a sequel to the arcade shooter Space Chunks entitled Space Chunks II: Lair of the Chunk Lords, which looks pretty fun. Never heard of Space Chunks before this, so I added it to the list.
- Over on Quarter to Three, Kevin let me know about a new space game called Blockade Runner, which looks like “Minecraft in space” and might not be a bad thing at all.
- ModDB brings word that Homeworld:@ — a mod for Homeworld 2 that is “building upon the foundations of Homeworld and Homeworld:Cataclysm to create a faithful sequel in the Homeworld:2 engine, with new ships, storyline, and game mechanics” — has been released.
Whew, that was a mouthful. :) I hope to be all caught up on news now. :) Thanks for reading, and if I missed anything, please contact me. :)