If you are somebody who loves intelligent stuff which requires one to apply a lot of brainstorming as well as wish to someday take command of machines, Omega is the right video game you have landed into. Well, you get to play the highly intellectual techie who is on the mission to design combat tanks completely operated by machines and unmanned to help win over the fight.
Filled with immense ingredients of robotics, logic, strategy, and programming, you are the sole owner of your Artificial Intelligence world. The player has a physical machine, whose brain is the gamer themselves. It will act and move according to your thoughts. To survive the combat is all that matters. The player as a Cybertank Engineer for OSI is responsible for designing and programming tanks which can survive the combat by themselves without being taken over by any humans. On succeeding in the combat, you as the engineer will be provided with more money in order to create a refined and better version of the tank.
Omega doesn’t include a lot of action, kicks, and blows, but it is a one-stop destination for all those who love to be in the commanding spot. Giving brain to the tank and deciding its moves in order to survive the combat is all that the player has to do. If you think this is easy, do think again, intelligence needs more thoughts than to blow a kick on the air.
Origin Systems Inc
Artificers of some of the greatest gaming franchises the world has ever known they are, and forever will be, scions of a golden age. We salute you, Origin. We salute you. Established in 1983, Origin (or Origin Systems) has become well known their Wing Commander, Ultima and Privateer titles. Acquired by Electronic Arts in the early 90's, Origin has recently been working on internet-only software, with the Ultima Online series.
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