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Submitted by ian86 973d ago | interview

Retrovirus Injects Some Originality Into The FPS Genre [Interview]

Ian Fisher wrote: Retrovirus is a game that not many of you out there have heard about but it’s certainly something that should be on your radar. Part TRON, part Descent, part old-school Quake era FPS, Retrovirus is an indie project that once again shows that true talent and creativity rests in the indie community and not some mega studio which pumps out franchise releases every year. Developed by Cadenza Interactive, Retrovirus is a unique FPS game which in some ways can be looked at as TRON or ReBoot except with a lot more shooting. Entirely set within a computer, Retrovirus sets players on the mission to delete an ever growing virus that of course is one of those nasty things that sets out for complete & utter destruction. (Dylan Barker, PC, Retrovirus)

Cajun Chicken  +   974d ago
Wow, I'll keep an eye on this, got into Descent games and Forsaken with source ports/remakes.

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