Project Nomads Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Project Nomads Reviews3
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|Actiontrip||72/100||Oct 23 '02|
|GamesDomain||4/5||Oct 10 '02|
|Gamespy||57/100||Nov 05 '02|
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Project Nomads Previews
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|EuroGamer||Sep 11 '02|
|EuroGamer||Dec 19 '01|
|GA-Source||Aug 03 '00|
|GamersCentral||Aug 25 '00|
|Gamespy||Sep 18 '01|
|IGN PC||Oct 21 '02|
|NOW Gamer||Sep 09 '01|
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"...this title represents a refreshing boost of creativity to the gaming industry we know today, relatively speaking of course. Just for that, and for a fine display of visual effects, Project Nomads deserves acclaim and is undeniably worth your attention."
"It's going to be quite a job to make the gameplay match the graphics, but judging from what we have seen of it so far, Radon appear to be on the right track."
"Apart from these control niggles, the game does show a lot of promise. The design and locations are imaginative, the graphics still look great and there's plenty of satisfaction to be had swooping around in a fighter picking off enemy turrets, factories and hangars as your island fortress slowly inches its way towards them. With a little more tweaking it could be a highly entertaining addition to the action-strategy genre."
"The engine used for Nomads is called The Nebula Device. This engine is a professional quality game engine, developed by Radon Labs for the very specific demands of Nomads. "
"The most impressive feature though, at least for me, is that there are no level borders. The world itself is effectively unlimited in size, and movement is allowed in all directions including up and down. "