Our second EGX Rezzed interview of today is here! Ealier we launched a Versus Evil Interview on Toren & Kyn plus there are ones for Sublevel Zero, Monstrum and Her Story & Taphobos already on My Games Lounge right now. Now we’re speaking to Flix Interactive on Eden Star and John Tearle talks to us about the development of the game and it’s launch on Steam Early Access which you can check out below.
We’ve had a number of hours with the game and expect some impressions of the game very soon but, in a quick summary it’s great to play and has a lot of potential to develop in a number of directions as the guys continue to build the game up to full release.
Enjoy the interview & Remember we have more coming up including Eden Star later this afternoon and Guild Wars 2 Expansion: Heart of Thorns this evening. To Make sure you don’t miss out, bookmark the EGX Hub Page below:
Eden Star Details
Use your MATA-Tool (Remote Manipulation Device) to harvest trees, foliage and mineral rich rocks within a real-time physics driven environment. Obtain Material Shards for use in outpost building, weapon construction and powerful upgrades. Destroy and recreate your surroundings at will; the world is yours to manipulate, just watch out for the indigenous lifeforms…
Use gathered Materials to craft defenses, walls, ramps and turrets to protect your outpost or construct powerful weapons and upgrades for your Pioneer. Place gathered Materials within your Eden Kit to store, or use them to upgrade the Eden Kit’s protective shield and power additional defenses. Expand your territory by building additional Eden kits. How you balance your resources is up to you.
Using unique physics-driven combat you can remotely grab enemies and smash or blast them into the destructible environment. Upgrade your weaponry to tackle the alien hives and claim the territory for your own. Combine different attacks and abilities in order to survive against enemies and environmental hazards. A simple, but fluid movement system gives you freedom to move athletically across surfaces.
Death in Eden Star is permanent. You can be reconstructed back by the Eden Kit provided it contains Teslinium and remains intact, but naturally it must be protected…