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Demigod Delayed until 2009, Summer Beta Detailed; Stardock to Publish with No Copy Protection

Gas Powered Games' RTS-RPG hybrid Demigod (PC) has been delayed into 2009 and will be published by digital and retail distributor Stardock, the two companies announced today.

Previously expected to arrive in fall 2008, Demigod was pushed to February 2009 in order to integrate feedback from the forthcoming summer public beta test. The game puts players in control of a massive golem, tasked with destroying an opponents army before the same fate befalls their army.

As with Ironclad Games' Stardock-published RTS Sins of a Solar Empire (PC), Demigod will not sport any type of on-disc copy protection. The companies also noted that the game has been budgeted for "many months of free post-release feature updates."

"Not only do we have a proven retail publisher, but we get to partner with a pioneer in the digital distribution space...a company that totally understands what kind of experience our customer wants and the quality game they demand," said Gas Powered Games founder and CEO Chris Taylor. "The whole proposition is truly refreshing.”

Chris Faylor was previously a games journalist creating content at Shacknews.

From The Chatty
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    April 7, 2008 9:37 AM

    Ooooh, kick ass! Stardock are doing great things, really interesting seeing this go with them. If anything, I make more of an effort to buy their games over others purely BECAUSE they don't have BS copy protection on it. Really should get Sins soon. Crysis makes clunking noises in my drive every time I boot up, fuck that.

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