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Happy Friday! We’re just about through with the big releases of Fall this year, but that doesn’t mean that the video game train stops plowing forward. There are always interesting new releases to see if you look on Steam, and we’ve partnered with another small developer this week to give 30 of our readers a chance to see one free of charge.

Coming out of the Ukraine, Project Genom is an ambitious Early Access MMORPG that looks to take what worked from games like Defiance and Mass Effect and combine them into an interesting new fusion. Unlike most MMOs, the game will be a premium experience, meaning that players will only need to pay once to experience the full breadth of the game’s content. In its current alpha state, that content consists of “three chapters of the storyline and over a hundred side quests” according to the game’s page on Steam.

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Starsheep is a great name for a space company.

Jumping into a massive game this early isn’t for everyone, but it’s still always fun to tool around and see what the developers already have running or to just see what you can break. In any case, for someone looking for something a bit different in the MMO genre, Project Genom seems like a fine place to start.

Raptor Giveaway – Project Genom (Early Access)

Giveaway Rules: No purchase necessary. Likes, Subscribes, and Follows count as one entry each, and tweeting is worth one entry once a day. In order to enter, an email must be entered. Email will not be used for anything but entrance into the giveaway. Winners will be contacted via the same entry that was used to win (Facebook/Twitter/YouTube/Email) using a random number generator to determine said winners. TechRaptor reserves the right to pull entries that are seen as exploitative (using multiple accounts, etc.) in order to give the best chances to all participants.


Alex Santa Maria

Reviews Editor

TechRaptor's Reviews Editor. Resident fan of pinball, Needlers, Rougelikes, and anything with neon lighting. Owns an office chair once used by Billy Mays.