Freedom in video games is a Holy Grail coveted by many developers. To some this means open world exploration, to others it means the ability to make moral decisions or thoroughly customize a character. If Airtight Games' Dark Void is any indication, the key to true freedom is a jetpack.
In Dark Void, players take to the skies as Will, an unfortunate cargo pilot who crash lands in the notorious Bermuda Triangle. After fighting Watchers (alien robots) and traversing a tropical jungle, he encounters a group of primitive natives who worship the metallic soldiers who've been out for his head. Eventually Will acquires the infinitely useful jetpack, the handiwork of inventor Nikola Tesla. Just as the marooned pilot starts to get the hang of the unique transportation, he's sucked into another dimension known as "The Void."