DescriptionIn this First person shooter, you're an armed forces specialist sent to investigate strange happenings at the ancient Egyptian city of Karnak. Soon you learn that alien invaders with a penchant for mummifying humans alive have taken over the place. You have to fight your way through increasingly difficult levels with an unbelievable cast in order to finish it.
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- "Seireki 1999: Pharaoh no Fukkatsu" -- Japanese title
- "Ruins: Return of the Gods" -- Working title
- "Exhumed" -- European title
Part of the Following Groups
- 2.5D Engine: Build
- 3D Engine: SlaveDriver
- BPjS / BPjM indexed games
- Gameplay feature: Recordable replays
- Games named after songs
- Setting: Egyptian
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|PC version cheat codes & command line options||4||MrFlibble (3910)
Aug 29, 2012
|PC vs. PlayStation/Saturn||2||Alaka (32295)
Jan 31, 2010
|release date||2||formercontrib (158526)
Jan 17, 2010
TriviaWhile the DOS version of Powerslave uses the Build engine as noted below, the PlayStation and Saturn releases use Lobotomy's Slavedriver engine, which allows for unrestricted 3D architecture and real-time lighting similar to Quake. This is why in the Saturn and PS versions of the game you can see sloped surfaces and light coronas that aren't in the DOS version.
Related Web Sites
- SegaSaturn.co.uk Interview (Interview with one of the designers and the lead programmer for the Sega Saturn version, Ezra Dreisbach.)
- Wikipedia: Powerslave (Information about Powerslave at Wikipedia)