This is definitely a game that I have been keeping on my radar and want to check out. Seems to be very deep and customizable.
Ridgewood, NJ, July 20, 2010 - Kalypso Media USA is pleased to announce that DarkStar One – Broken Alliance for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft has arrived in retail stores. The sci-fi space-combat game from Kalypso Media and Gaming Minds Studios puts players in the cockpit of the unique and incredibly customizable starship – the DarkStar One – as they explore space, battle aliens and unravel the mystery behind an impending alien invasion.
Developed by Gaming Minds Studio, part of the Kalypso Media Group, DarkStar One – Broken Alliance is presented in stunning full 1080p HD and 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound. For additional information, please visit the official website at www.darkstarone.com.
Ready to don your space-suit and blast into the adventure of a lifetime? DarkStar One – Broken Alliance is your chance to do just that, as it combines fast and furious in-the-cockpit starship combat with a deep storyline involving love, family, betrayal and mysterious alien races.
Play as Kayron Jarvis, a young and ambitious spacefaring adventurer as he attempts to unravel a family mystery, braving the depths of space, encounters mysterious aliens and blasts his enemies to dust in his uniquely customizable ship – the DarkStar One.
About the Kalypso Media Group
Founded in 2006 in Germany by industry veterans Simon Hellwig and Stefan Marcinek, Kalypso Media is a privately-held, global independent developer, marketer and publisher of interactive entertainment software, primarily for Windows PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Along with headquarters in Germany, the company has offices in the United Kingdom and the United States, including Kalypso Media Digital, Ltd., a UK-based subsidiary that focuses on global digital distribution and electronic publishing. The company also owns two development studios – Realmforge Studios and Gaming Minds Studios– and works with a number of leading independent developers.