If you’re a fan of lonely starships that are littered with panels to interact with (for opening/closing doors and such), ominous sci-fi music, and watching crash test dummies commit suicide — self-termination, rather? — then this new Centration gameplay video was practically made just for you. It’s in alpha right now, so it’s a little rough. Okay, a lot rough, but it’s definitely promising. See it in action after the break.
After watching this first gameplay tease, I’m a little torn.
Visually, it’s a little too bright and colorful. I’m sure the levels they’re showing off are still very much unfinished, including the art, but unless they have a massive change coming up, I don’t love it.
I’ve been following this game for a while because it sounds amazing. Basically, it’s a multiplayer sandbox horror game set in the cold, lonely black that is outer space. If this looks like something you might be interested in, you can (and should) vote for Centration to help it get distribution on Steam Greenlight.
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