Dennis Hartmann

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    With Jumpgate Evolution seemingly down for the count, it’s tempting to think that Black Prophecy is a worthy stand-in. To view BP in that light – just as a second-rate space shooter substitute – is to vastly underrate the time and care that Gamigo is putting into this project. From top-notch cutscenes that mask zone loading, to high quality, fully localized voiceovers (the game will launch in German and English), to a fully orchestral soundtrack, Black Prophecy is unmistakably top tier.

    And it plays well too. Unlike pew-pew space sims, Black Prophecy is skill-based and will require you to be good on the stick. Don’t expect to pilot massive dreadnoughts crewed by thousands of faceless minions; in BP it’s just you, your single seater, a small assortment of tactics (or combo abilities – short keystroke based in-flight maneuvers a la Snoopy Fighter Ace), and pure skill.
    Wed, Mar 09, 2011
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    Reakktor Media's Black Prophecy, published by gamigo, may be one of the most anticipated MMOGs coming up in the free-to-play market.

    Features, Previews
    Wed, Aug 25, 2010
    B. de la Durantaye
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