Ubi Soft Entertainment yesterday announced that Dark Planet: Battle for Natrolis, its futuristic real-time strategy (RTS) game, has shipped to U.S. retail stores.
"Dark Planet features some of the largest 3D units ever available in an RTS title, and with realistic weather, night and day cycles, and dynamic terrain, gamers are sure to enjoy the original feel of this title." said Charles Harribey, Dark Planet's producer for Ubi Soft Entertainment. "In order to be successful in this game, you'll have to develop different strategies from mission to mission, which is one of the short comings with the single player modes of many RTS titles, where once you've come up with a single way of working the game is pretty much over."
"We've taken a lot of time with Dark Planet ensuring that it has high replay value and the three races greatly contribute to that end," said David Wightman, managing director of Edgies, the game's developer. "Veteran RTS gamers will feel like they're experiencing three entirely different games given the different goals, resources and strategies for each individual race, and players of all skill levels will appreciate the scalable gameplay and beautiful 3D environment."
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