NASA Provides Satellite Imagery for Strategy Title

BattleGoat Studios will utilize satellite imagery from NASA in their upcoming geo-political strategy PC title Supreme Ruler 2020. A sequel to BattleGoat's Supreme Ruler 2010, the game prompts players to unite a world of fractured states into a single, global mega-empire using all aspects of government.

The publisher suggests that the use of the high-resolution imagery creates a "unique feeling of accuracy", allowing players to zoom into small regions and capitals from outer space while managing their empire.

Supreme Ruler 2020 is scheduled for a spring 2008 release.

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    February 15, 2008 2:52 PM

    Neat. I was hoping that Flight Simulator 10 would use photo-accurate height maps and satellite photos. Sigh. Perhaps FS11...

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      February 15, 2008 3:23 PM

      It does use satellite photos doesn't it?

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        February 15, 2008 7:19 PM

        I know it uses aerial photography, but it doesn't look as good as Google Earth. Or maybe it does and my settings just aren't high enough.

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