Arriving at a village in the midst of a celebration the players are welcomed with open arms. However at night in this small village, strange things happen to strangers. This is a light-hearted self-enclosed side quest for those who might want to change things up.
"X-Men Apocalypse," set in 1983 in an alternate universe, releases in theaters later this month. You can experience part of the film's world for free in your browser, with "Space Port Arcade," a flash recreation of classic arcade games with a mutant twist.
There is a fourth hidden genre of games. One that is more potent, accessible and unbound. Instead of bending players to fit its universe, this genre is designed to kowtow to the will of the players. It is the generic. It is the universal. All are one in this game genre. The only restriction is imagination.
In the cold darkness of corporation-run space, there are only PCs and NPCs. Laws sometimes apply and technology is occasionally called magic or biotics. Things are pretty awesome but often in a terrible way. Science fiction gives us a glimpse into what might come to be and I love it dearly. Here are some Sci-Fi games you might not have heard of.
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