Fallen Frontier trailer gives off little Halo vibe

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 8 March 2011 05:38 GMT

Ex-Bungie team Moonshot has released a trailer for its first project, upcoming sci-fi side-scroller Fallen Frontier. It contains space, but no Master Chief, which will please you or not.

The adventures of law enforcement on darkly dystopian Alpha Centauri, Fallen Frontier features both single player and two-player co-op.

Platforms are yet to be announced, but the game will be playable at PAX East.

Moonshot Studios was founded by Michel Bastien, Damián Isla, Rob Stokes, all three former Bungie and Halo staffers.

See the trailer below.

Thanks, Indie Games.

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