Rebel Galaxy Takes You To The Stars On PC & PS4 In 2015

Double Damage Games has announced Rebel Galaxy for PS4 and PC to release in 2015. The game is a space exploration game where you command your own capital ship, with the smallest ships available having hundreds of crew members. It looks like it will be a single player title, and you’ll be able to come into contact various factions, and how you interact with them. There’s no confirmed number of factions or locations you’ll be able to interact with and visit.

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The game is being made by two people, Travis Baldree and Erich Schaefer, with the music and artwork being outsourced to contractors. In terms of battles you can issues commands to your crew or take control of turrets and enter the fray manually. There will be multi-ship battles in this universe, and you can’t expect to go in all guns blazing to win. Since these are large ships movements will be slower, and you’ll have to work out strategies to win.

Source: Rebel Galaxy site.

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8 Comments

  1. Might check this out….

  2. I’ve that sentence a few times now and still can’t believe it – “The game is being made by two people…”. For a 2 man band (with art/sound contractors) this look very good. It’s also the sort of game I would be very interested in. More news on this please.

    • Just what I was thinking, it just goes to show you don’t need big teams to make great looking games, just hope it plays as good as it looks. Eager to hear more about it.

  3. Looking good

  4. Quite impressive for such a small team, it looks like fun too.

  5. Same as you guys this is a 2 man team and from what i’ve just watched it looks impressive i would like to see the full game when it releases.

  6. This looks like my sort of game, I glad to see it’s coming to PS4 too.
    If they can bring some of the magic that made Torchlight special we’re in for a treat.

  7. Looks like there is something of a renaissance going on with space sims at the moment, and about time too as the genre has been neglected far too long in my opinion.

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