Demigod represents something a little different from Gas Powered Games. It's neither a dense RTS like Supreme Commander nor an action-RPG like Dungeon Siege, yet it incorporates elements of both. It's difficult to describe in a sentence or two, but it does look like fun.
The game takes place on a large grid, of sorts. Maps have all sorts of fancy fantasy backgrounds like stunning waterfalls and impossibly huge superstructures, but the playing field itself is a series of walkways and pits. You take control of demigods, monstrous creatures battling to ascend into the heavens as full-fledged deities. These guys come in two flavors.