Last year, we took a look at the indie FPS Interstellar Marines, a shooter with ambitious aim of melding a high-concept sci-fi theme with realistic tactical action. During E3, gamers can play Interstellar Marines: Deadlock via the Zero Point website and even save 50% on the full version of the game.
Considering this is such a small team that's developing the game, it's hard not to be impressed with the level of polish that Interstellar Marines displays. Zero Point is dubbing the title "AAA indie" and it's hard not to see why.
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