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Novastorm (SEGA CD)

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Description

In the distant future humans have left Earth, carrying its ecosystem with them. However, the journey to the stars lasted longer than they had thought. Computers took control of navigation, and humans had nothing else to do but sleep, dreaming of a new paradise. When the mysterious Scarab-X forces attacked, the Scavenger 4 squadron became humanity's only hope for survival.

Novastorm is a rail shooter in which players blast enemies against a cinematic backdrop, trying to kill the computer-controlled fighters before they take over the world. Unlike first-generation interactive movies with action, the game has hooks into the environment: if the player-controlled fighter moves into the path of a pre-rendered obstacle, there is a collision and the craft takes damage.

Screenshots

Novastorm SEGA CD Yet again - lots of distracting cut-scenes
Novastorm SEGA CD Fighting a giant mech.
Novastorm SEGA CD More sandy shooting action
Novastorm SEGA CD And another intro shot. Though it might not look like it from the still screens, the video quality is quite high for a Sega CD game.

Alternate Titles

  • "Scavenger 4" -- FM Towns title

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The Press Says

Video Games & Computer Entertainment Mar, 1995 8 out of 10 80
GamePro (US) Mar, 1995 4 out of 5 80
Sega-16.com Dec 26, 2011 5 out of 10 50

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Trivia

The game received two awards in GameFan's 1994 "Megawards" (Vol 3, Iss. 1)

  • Overall Best Shooter Game of the Year
  • Best 3DO Shooter Game of the Year

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Corn Popper (69521) added Novastorm (SEGA CD) on Mar 03, 2004
Other platforms contributed by Corn Popper (69521), Trixter (8743), Adam Baratz (1353) and Terok Nor (17861)