Generation: Gamerz Don’t Get Stuck in the Tarr

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Information on the Tarr Chronicles, from CDV, bubbled to the surface recently and somewhat unexpectedly. This space combat sim looks good and I was just bemoaning the fact that no one plays Descent anymore to CigDangle.

Torn by years of strife and bloodshed, the universe lies dying, with humanity struggling to survive. Suddenly, hope shines again, as the Battlecruiser Talestra uncovers an ancient, forgotten city within which rests salvation for an entire solar system. Hostile alien forces have other plans for the artifacts found within the city, and begin their assault on the Talestra.

Lost in space and deep behind enemy lines, the player must don an elite fighter pilot’s uniform and defend the galaxy’s last hope in Tarr Chronicles, a gripping arcade-style space combat simulation in development by Kvazar Studio and Akella. At your disposal are dozens of detailed high-tech fighters bristling with cannons and rocket launchers, yours to fly against an unstoppable alien menace - the De’Khete. Intelligent squad mates with unique personalities will assist you in frenzied white-knuckle space battles between vast fleets of fighters and massive capital ships. From fully-customizable equipment to collectible badges and fast-action combat encounters, Tarr Chronicles will keep you pinned to your seat.

Game Features
  *  Instant Action – A user-friendly interface ensures immediate "jump in and play" gameplay for all skill levels
  * Lush 3D Visuals – Dazzling star fields and massive orbital battles spring to life on your PC
  * Expansive Storyline – Defend the galaxy throughout nine sprawling missions, each with up to 15 quests
  * Endless Variety – 60 customizable ships and more than 150 individual parts and weapons (not actually endless, but maybe robust)
  * Adaptive AI – Intelligent allies provide advice and cover, seeking out and annihilating targets without prompting
  * Living Universe – From glowing nebulae to glistening asteroid belts, outer space’s remote reaches are yours to explore
  * Constant Rewards – Earn unique badges, ranks and honors as you single-handedly save mankind

I sure hope the final version doesn't use the Cyrillic alphabet, I'll never be able to find the missile launch button and might mistake a friend for a comrade.

This looks like it will be one of those low-cost games around $20-25 upon release which may really make it worth picking up.

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