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The Red Star video game is an action game consisting of constant close and far range combat, based on the The Red Star graphic novel.

Gameplay

This game is a mix of different types of games. It has been described as a fighting, action, and shooter game rolled into one.[1] RPG elements are also apparent as players have the option of upgrading certain attributes of a character depending on how well levels are completed.

Story

This story is based on The Red Star graphic novel, set in a futuristic, magic-using Soviet Union, which uses floating Skyfurnaces (gigantic magical ships, reminiscent of all-metal blimps) and Warkasters (sorcerers) to conquer its enemies.

Characters

Characters playable are Makita, a Nokgorkan rebel, Kyuzo, a bodyguard of Maya Antares, and Maya Antares herself, a warkaster (sorcerer and human energy cannon).

Versions

Xbox

An Xbox version of the game was originally developed in parallel with the PlayStation 2 version, but not released. A few months before Red Star was to be released, it was featured as a playable demo on Demo Disc #35 of OXM, the Official Xbox Magazine (US).

PlayStation 2

The Red Star was originally scheduled for release for the PlayStation 2 in the fall of 2004. The first time that gamers could get their hands on The Red Star was in August 2004 on the Official PlayStation Magazine Demo. Soon after, the maker of the game, Acclaim Studios, went bankrupt. XS games and Jak of All Games picked up where Acclaim left off.

PlayStation Portable

The PSP port has been released on March 2010, exclusively through PlayStation Network.

iPhone OS

XS Games announced the iPhone OS version of The Red Star on March 5, 2010, for release in Spring 2010.[1]

Notes

  1. ^ Vo, Long. "The Red Star Review". The Next Level. Retrieved 2007-05-01.

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