Phoenix Point is the new strategy game from the creator of the original X-COM series. It features turn based tactics and world based strategy in a fight against a terrifying, alien menace.
An unusual virus discovered in melting permafrost excites the scientific community. It has a massive genome, and only 1% of its genes match anything in existing databases.
”What the hell is going on with the other genes?" asks researcher Jean-Michel Moreau. ”This opens a Pandora's box. What kinds of discoveries are going to come from studying the contents?"
The seas transform in something totally alien. Then the mutagens began to invade the land via an airborne microbial mist.
2057 - Present day
The human population has been decimated. Survivors gather in isolated havens spread throughout the world. A few factions control most of the havens and resources, but they have radically contrasting ideologies and guard deep secrets.
The Phoenix Project is a worldwide organisation designed to be activated when the world is in peril. You control one cell of the organisation, gathering some of the world's best scientists, engineers and soldiers. After your cell is activated, you realise that you have no contact with any other cells. You need to find out what happened to them.
Beaten.....Isn't this one of the major plot points of Phoenix Point?
+ releasing shitfucktons of the methane they're storing, strengthening the greenhouse phenomena even further. Yayz
This is sad because I think climate change denial is only growing. A lot of former friends of mine who probably believed in global warming beforehand are now fervent deniers since being successfully recruited into right-wing causes in general over fear of feminists killing them in their sleep and, even worse, censoring their video games.
70 percent of the country believes,it's been a steady increase in belief for a long time and that's not even going into how much more accepted it is in the rest of the worldThis is sad because I think climate change denial is only growing. A lot of former friends of mine who probably believed in global warming beforehand are now fervent deniers since being successfully recruited into right-wing causes in general over fear of feminists killing them in their sleep and, even worse, censoring their video games.
The problem with that is that even though you'd imagine that to be the case, there's a very real possibility that these "more favorable" places might end up not-really-that-much-more-favorable to offset the worsening conditions elsewhere.Humanity will survive. It's that the current geographic conditions will change. New locations on earth will become favorable to live. With a 1m rise in seawater expect WW3 to break out over territory.