Stargate SG-1: The Alliance is a cancelled FPS that was in development for PC, Playstation 2 and Xbox, based on the Stargate SG1 TV series. There were only few info and media available untill sometime ago when the nice guys at The Gaming Liberty found a playable beta version and started to share as much as they can from this lost game. This version seems almost finished and as we can read from their preview, it could have been a great game especially for Stargate fans:
The best part about SGTA is the fact that the Stargate itself is such a perfect story device. Within a matter of minutes the Stargate could transport a player from Egyptian-esque ruins to dark, rainy forested landscapes. This shines through as each level is very much unique in terms of visual design. The game never feels like it’s going over old ground and the visual appeal of the levels keeps it fresh, exciting and new. What’s more, the player gets to travel through the Stargate in real-time. That’s right, there are no loading screens from point A to point B. It’s really quite impressive and Perception’s recreation of the Stargate sequence using in-game graphics must be applauded.
Check The Gaming Liberty for more info, screens and videos from the cancelled Stargate SG-1: The Alliance!