What games does this game compare to?

ezekelezekel Join Date: 2012-11-29 Member: 173589Members, NS2 Map Tester Posts: 1,383 Advanced user
Can someone name a few games which would play 'like' this game?

or has not enough info been released to decide something like this -- was just reading through several threads and didn't get much info out of them

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  • harzimharzim England Join Date: 2014-01-10 Member: 192934Members Posts: 4
    edited February 2014
    ezekel wrote: »
    Can someone name a few games which would play 'like' this game?

    or has not enough info been released to decide something like this -- was just reading through several threads and didn't get much info out of them

    Well in time it could compare to Star Citizen.

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  • AurOn2AurOn2 COOKIES! FREEDOM, AND BISCUITS! Australia Join Date: 2012-01-13 Member: 140224Members, Forum Moderators, NS2 Playtester, Forum staff Posts: 2,130 mod
    That's not what he meant, and the devs have specifically said it's not going to be an sea-citizen
    Well as we can't get a clear idea as to how the game is meant to be played.. this is going to be interesting.
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  • Racer1Racer1 Join Date: 2002-11-22 Member: 9615Members Posts: 1,595 Advanced user
    My rose-colored oracle says its a combination of:
    a) the open-ended-ness and exploration of Minecraft
    b) the beauty and diversity of Oblivion
    c) the upgradability of FTL
    ...underwater (with biggest emphasis on exploration, and not combat).

    Clear? (If so, you know more than I do).

    P.S. There has been talk of lots of other stuff (like the ability to mine/collect), but nothing set in stone.
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    edited February 2014
  • ezekelezekel Join Date: 2012-11-29 Member: 173589Members, NS2 Map Tester Posts: 1,383 Advanced user
    Racer1 wrote: »
    My rose-colored oracle says its a combination of:
    a) the open-ended-ness and exploration of Minecraft
    b) the beauty and diversity of Oblivion
    c) the upgradability of FTL
    ...underwater (with biggest emphasis on exploration, and not combat).

    Clear? (If so, you know more than I do).

    P.S. There has been talk of lots of other stuff (like the ability to mine/collect), but nothing set in stone.

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