Moon (DS)

Game Profile

2058, Lunar Outpost Alpha. Major Edward Kane, Chief of Military Operations for the Extra-Terrestrial Encounter Organisation, has been called in to investigate reports of strange energy readings and missing personnel.

Aid Major Kane and his men as you head out to uncover the mysteries surrounding the outpost and face off against an unseen enemy.

Welcome to the Moon.

  • Renegade Kid’s patented formula of a sick and twisted FPS adventure features a cinematic storyline and white-knuckle shooting action
  • Built on the Renegade Engine 2.0, Moon delivers rich environments and robust FPS gameplay which screams at a blistering 60 frames per second
  • Collect alien artifacts and challenge insane difficulty levels to unlock premium hidden content - only the hardcore need apply
  • Annihilate alien hostiles as you rip up the lunar landscape in your turret-equipped buggy or pilot the Remote Search Droid to delve into the Moon’s darkest corners
  • Deliver Major Kane’s style of intergalactic diplomacy as you wield powerful alien technology like the LeptonSpread - a particle shotgun that can tear your enemies a new black hole

Game Review


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Posted by James Newton

A science fiction FPS on DS? Lunacy!

The DS’s heritage for first-person shooters has been a little – wait for it! – hit and miss over the years, with Metroid Prime: Hunters singlehandedly flying the flag as titles such as GoldenEye: Rogue Agent drag the poor machine’s name through...

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