OXM UK writes: "You wouldn't know to look at it, but this started out as part of Crimson Skies 2 on the original Xbox. The devs planned on combining their flair for aerial combat with on-foot action; several years later, they're putting their ideas into action in Dark Void.
A third-person shooter, it combines aerial combat with a Gears of War-style cover system for ground-based battles. And while this might not sound too original, the game's unique selling point is that the cover exists on both a horizontal and vertical plane.
The Rocketeer-like hero can use his boosters to cling onto the undersides of platforms and ledges, using them as up and down cover."