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Fallen: A2P Protocol

Fallen: A2P Protocol
GENRE Strategy 
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PUBLISHER Red Katana 
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Fallen: A2P Protocol takes place in a near-future Earth where the world has been devastated by a series of natural disasters and nations have collapsed. The use of A2P, a hyper-powerful new type of energy is controlled only by GENKORP, a mega-conglomerate and private military-industrial complex. A small group of revolutionaries, known as ARKANE, has taken up arms to oppose to the use of A2P. Meanwhile, independent bands of bandits and survivors, allied with neither faction, roam the ravaged planet outside the reinforced cities and strongholds in an area known simply as “The Dust.” Players must explore this vast and hostile game world, gather resources to upgrade armor and weapons, use tactical skills to attack or defend against multiple enemy groups, leverage a destructible environment to their strategic advantage, and ultimately, determine the fate of mankind on Earth.

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08/11/14
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