Interstellar Marines Needs Your Help On Steam Greenlight
Author: William Usher
published: 2012-09-04 16:00:03
Zero Point Software is taking the appropriate steps to getting the highly anticipated indie title, Interstellar Marines out and about to the public. They've managed to get the game listed on Valve's new Greenlight community service and now all you have to do is vote it up to help get the game on Steam's store.
Interstellar Marines has picked up a bit of a reputation as almost bordering on vaporware. Thankfully, the game has pulled itself back from the brink of irrelevance with Zero Point slowly but surely releasing new content for the title every once in a while.
The game is nearing completion and the shooting and multiplayer mechanics are already accessible in things such as the Running Man and Deadlock update so players have an idea of what they can expect from the final game, which will feature real-time dynamic weather, multiplayer co-op campaign, amazing AAA quality graphics and of course, the highly awaited Shark Creature that we've seen so much of in promo trailers and concept art.
The game is sitting at a moderately impressive 4% out of 100 and still needs your help to gain the recognition it deserves to make the jump to Steam's store.
If you're interested in playing the game for yourself you can do so by visiting the Official Website and play-testing the Deadlock mode. If you want to contribute to the game's chances of making it onto Steam in a legit way, be sure to head to the Greenlight Page and vote for or favorite Interstellar Marines.
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