Average Playtime: 2 hours

Advanced Gaming Platform::Epica

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Marked for death by the Imperial Corporation™, you have been marooned on a desolate planet in the Attria Prime system. Fight to survive the inhospitable frontier in a post-earth dystopia. AGP::Epica is tactical, open world RPG intended for advanced players seeking a challenge.Key Features:
Open class system

Experience limitless freedom in character creation as you customize your character with 216 skills slots -without your hand leaving WASD

  • Eliminate enemies with rifle, shotgun, stealth, cover and grenade skills from the Assault class skills
  • Infiltrate the networks of your adversaries - or reign down orbital and electrical attacks with Cybermage skills [incomplete, currently in development]
  • Build an army and command it with the Commander orders and summons [incomplete, currently in development]
  • Craft your way to victory using Engineer skills [in development]
Solider Skill tree is completed. The remaining core trees (Commander, Engineer and Operator) are disabled as they're being actively worked on. Upcoming planned development includes additional melee skills, Akimbo pistol skills, gunsmithing skills and expansion of all existing subclasses (Merchant, Medic, Omnitech, Mecha, Cybermage, Infiltrator and Templar)

Random Quest Generator

As of 1.0.4 the quest system has been completely redesigned. Currently there is a focus test for the first area's boss fight against the Scarecrow Sentry.
  • Complete main quests which unlock a Frigate class capital ship.
  • Explore a randomly generated world 3.5km x 3.5km


Fight your way through unending waves of enemies.
  • Advanced lethality system picks up where most games drop off - one shot, one kill Lethality based combat
  • No hit points - strike enemies in vulnerable areas instead of spending hours grinding down a health bar
  • Watch your back - Advanced AI units coordinate together to flank, suppress and destroy the players without mercy

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Age rating
18+ Adults Only

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD processor, 2.5 GHz or faster.
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 470 GTX or AMD Radeon 6870 HD series card or higher
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Keyboard Required. Gaming mouse Mouse4 and Mouse5 required for full range of skill functions.
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD processor, 3.5 GHz or faster.
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Keyboard Required. Gaming mouse Mouse4 and Mouse5 required for full range of skill functions.
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Hostile Cargo
Acquire a capital ship.
First Strike
Kill a Raider.
Diamond in the Sands
Find a hidden area.
Escape your starting planet.
Crash land on a planet.
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Advanced Gaming Platform::Epica reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
Early access review big potential. Very nice game graphically though very restricted. The problem remains the facilitated gameplay that made me stutter, even with two three config on my steam controller. As much as it looks very pleasant by its environment and its potential, both the urgent shift to do and the handling and access. It is not enough to let the player just change the keys to this way with the "setting menu" but rather to direct him to something that he will not need to do. A ready and simple config for example ^^ '. Making it more manageable is vital while the rest seems already well mastered. I hope to be able to replay it with the project 100% completed.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review Advanced Gaming Platform:: Epica What's Great to Say About It? I have tried it a bit so far, but unfortunately I wasn't able to do it for a very long time, because at the moment the Game is obviously still suffering from unfounded crashes. You can't complain graphically, the Sun looks like the classic Battlefield 3 Flashlight, but otherwise it's nice to look at, Unreal Engine. You can already see when You play that it could be quite interesting to see the finished Product. For Now, however, I recommend this Game only as an Offer or at a Discount. It is still in the very early Test Phase, there can still change a Lot. My Conclusion: For a few Cents, for example through a Discount, definitely try and see what happens. Maybe the Game has a Future, but maybe it doesn't. Therefore, when Buying ON GAR, you should NOT go with particularly high Demands on the Product. It most likely cannot do that justice. I will definitely try it again at a later Date and then write a new Review.
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Microsoft from Spain
Early Access Review (Positive because it promises) Well, I got a discount coupon and I decided to try it. Sensations?: I Tried to do something, but I thought the skills had no description and only showed icons, so I did not know that they made (of Echo Mori to use one to see that to and when Mori appeared in a limbo). I Know it's developing, but do not get to "play", I could not shoot anything because I did not know how to take the gun (although it is equipped, apparently), I dío the feeling that is not playable yet, you can enter and test the skills and prove that you can do , but at least in the short time I played I noticed that there is little information. There Is A tutorial but it explains above. As for potential, promises to be a great game, you have the ability to choose classes and skills for each, with attributes such as intelligence, strength and (do not pay attention) agility/dexterity? Variety of skills that are your own or give you a weapon or whatever is equipped. You travel on a ship to planets where You can do the missions (do not get to do any of that). Buy it?, if you want to support the developer and try to test the skills and fight the unknown to get a not that, do it, the final product promises to be very good. If not, wait for this more developed and have a playable stage with more information.
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