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Stem Cells in the Media – The World government resorted to stem cells and gene engineering to stage the Judgment Day – Kotaku – Salvation Game Clones, Then Kills Christ – Black Wing Foundation

In ALL ARTICLES on April 8, 2009 at 1:08 am

Salvation Game Clones, Then Kills Christ

By Mike Fahey, 9:20 AM on Tue Mar 11 2008,

While the press release for Ukraine developer Black Wing Foundation’s new 3rd person shooter is a bit muddled, the website for the game paints a very interesting back story.

Year 2026. The World government resorted to stem cells and gene engineering to stage the Judgment Day. They created genetic replications of Christ and Antichrist and destroyed them right away in the course of events to set forth severe fundamentalism on Earth, propped by the idea of communicating with God via machines as well as by the army of cloned creatures, called Angels…

Talk about your high concept! The game, in development for the Xbox 360 and PC using Valve’s Source Engine, puts you in the role of three heroes fighting against a New Government run by technocrats watching over a sever linked-up to heaven, where crime can have you sentenced to virtual cybernetic hells designed to provide constant torment. As far as gameplay goes it’s a mix of stealth and action with RPG elements wrapped around what promises to be a highly dramatic storyline. Hell, I’m sold on the concept alone. Check out the gallery for screens and concept arts from what promises to be a very interesting game indeed.

via Kotaku – Salvation Game Clones, Then Kills Christ – Black Wing Foundation.

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