Omikron: The Nomad Soul [ Beta – PC Dreamcast – Unused Character / Concept]

Omikron: The Nomad Soul [ Beta – PC Dreamcast – Unused Character / Concept]

Omikron: The Nomad Soul (also know as “The Nomad Soul” in Europe) is a PC and Sega Dreamcast 3D adventure game, developed by Quantic Dream and published in 1999. Thanks to the Omikron Game Blog, we can see some interesting screentshots from an early (1997 / 1998) version of the game, with different character design, HUD interface, color of hair, missing transport, some removed NPC, removed street combat and flying-moto racing. Thanks a lot to UL from the Omikron Game Blog for all these informations and huge props for all the Quantic Dream media that he has archived in his blog!

Thanks to Unclejun for the video and some more screens!

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6 thoughts on “Omikron: The Nomad Soul [ Beta – PC Dreamcast – Unused Character / Concept]

  1. Powerkite Guy

    Interesting post and thanks for sharing. Some things in here I have not thought about before.
    I’m going to bookmark this page so I can return and keep reading.

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    Great game, the futuristic electronic ambient score and rock soundtrack helmed by David Bowie, Reeves Gabrels, and Xavier Despas, was met with near-universal acclaim.

  3. thor

    I am still waiting for that PS1 version. It was almost done (i heard about 70%) so why didn´t finished it? its shame! I hope in beta version release via internet to download at least. It could be good game for PSone.

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