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Tomorrow never comes
A Russian take on the classic space simulator genre as typified by Freespace and Independence War, this is sadly a huge disaster that isn't even worth checking out for hardcore space lovers. It suffers from awkward controls, overly restrictive design and a myriad other problems which combine to make a game which is easily avoided. The story is based on a set of Russian science fiction novels, and although the actual narrative is largely the same, this is told from a different perspective. The plot finds you in control of a cadet pilot and who during the course of the game, will find himself facing off against megacorporations, space pirates and aliens as a terrible war breaks out between various factions. The gameplay takes the form of a space shooter, with 34 missions to complete and which can take place in space and over the surface of various planets. One potentially interesting option allows you to alter the physics so you can play an arcade-style game or a more simulator-style one, while you've also got various space ships to try out. This could have been a nice addition to the space sim genre but, to Western audiences at least, this seems to be a pretty ropy offering, so maybe something got lost in the translation. There's not too much positive to say about this, but the list of problems is an easy one to conjure, with the aforementioned issues standing alongside cockpit design that makes it hard to see anything, poor dialogue and worse voice acting, so overall, stick to X-Wing or the two previously mentioned titles.