Video: Starhawk: Space Combat Trailer and Fantastic Fest Plans
Today LightBox Interactive President Dylan Jobe has shared a new Starhawk: Space Combat video trailer alongside Fantastic Fest plans below, as follows:
Last night on http://www.g4tv.com/thefeed/blog/post/716388/starhawk-gameplay-check-out-our-exclusive-video we premiered Starhawk's Space Combat trailer!
And if you happen to be too busy tracking the orbit of http://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/highlights/128708798.html, and didn't get a chance to see it on http://www.g4tv.com/games/xplay/, then shame on you!
But don't worry! Don't despair! We've got the full, extended version of the Starhawk Space Combat Trailer right here. Click it! Play it! Let it burn its shooter-goodness deep into your http://i49.photobucket.com/albums/f297/lasagnacassidy/SteveBuscemiEyesMEDIUM2.jpg!
So this video was cut together by our team in San Diego, California and was captured from gameplay on our Capture the Flag Small Orbital Platform map. The trailer gives a really great taste of what our space combat is like in Starhawk!
You may have seen some of our previous gameplay vids that were recorded on one of our Acid Sea maps with its cool-looking terrain, jagged spires, and noxious acid. But what's really awesome about the Orbital Space Platform maps is that they feel urban, with city and street combat and that's something that we're really happy about!
The team and I here at http://www.lightboxinteractive.com/ really want each of our environment types to have a unique feel, but still all based on the fast-paced troop, vehicle and aircraft gameplay that our fans love.
And because of each environment's unique structure and style, our Build & Battle mechanics feel really cool and fresh in each of the environment as well. We absolutely love this and hope you all will too because it allows players to not only adapt their combat tactics per environment, but their support and building tactics as well.
Up to this point we've pretty much only showed Starhawk at venues where you needed a pass or some kind of credentials like http://www.e3expo.com/, http://www.comic-con.org/cci/, http://prime.paxsite.com/, http://www.gamescom-cologne.com/en/gamescom/home/index.php, or the upcoming http://www.eurogamer.net/expo/, or http://events.game.co.uk/. Basically conferences, expos, closed-door meetings, and back alleys - that all changes now!
Maybe some of you have heard of the Alamo http://drafthouse.com/austin http://fantasticfest.com/ here in Austin. It's an awesome film festival specializing in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action... ya know, "fantastic" movies!
have an arcade portion of the festival focusing on indie games called http://fantasticfest.com/arcade that is totally open to the public (and FREE) and it's held at the awesome http://www.thehighball.com/ Lounge! So we thought, let's setup a LAN party and give the public a chance to play Starhawk!
So if you're in the Austin area and interested in getting your hands on Starhawk, swing by the Highball on Thursday, September 22nd starting around 5pm.
We're gonna have a LAN party of 12 PS3 stations, each decked out with a 40" SONY Bravia EX 400 HD Monitor and of course http://www.astrogaming.com/. We'll be holding a Capture the Flag tournament too and there will be prizes but honestly, I'm not sure what the prizes are going to be but Sony is providing them.
We've also got something really special planned for all our fans that show up to the HighBall for our Starhawk LAN Party - It's a voucher code for an exclusive multiplayer skin for Starhawk!
So swing by, play Starhawk, play the other games at http://fantasticfest.com/arcade, hang out and meet the LightBox Interactive team!