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DreamCatcher Releases Screens for Genesis Rising: The Universal Crusade

Toronto, Ontario– July 5, 2006. DreamCatcher Games today released 8 new screenshots for Genesis Rising: The Universal Crusade for Windows® its fast-paced, real-time strategy game set in a mysterious future universe. Take on the quest to explore and conquer the Universal Heart!

Features:

  • Revolutionary 3D engine that allows real-time morphing of gigantic spaceships
  • Unique setting in a world of genetic engineering
  • Modification of organic units on the fly
  • Incredible variety of units and freedom of strategies
  • Cross-genre mix of the best elements from strategy, RPG and adventure games
  • Fast-paced, almost arcade-like gameplay with intense close-up combat
  • Engaging interactive cinematics with original alien characters
  • Real-time diplomacy and trade
Genesis Rising: The Universal Crusade is developed by Metamorf Studios and has an anticipated ESRB rating of ‘T’ for Teen.  The game will be available at North American retailers in November 2006. 
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