Nexus demo released

Slap your eyes on some very pretty space combat.

HD Interactive has released a one-level demo of forthcoming space combat title Nexus - The Jupiter Incident. The demo, which previously appeared on magazine cover disks, is mirrored on Eurofiles here and weighs in at 114MB.

According to Hungarian developer Mithis, the demo consists of a single level playable at three difficulty levels, and puts you in control of a pair of ships as you try to defend a space station and avoiding the attentions of your enemies the Gorgs.

Nexus, which Vivendi-Universal Games is set to distribute worldwide, is due out on November 5th. You can read more about it in our recent preview and interview, or just soak up the rather lovely visuals in a screenshot gallery here.

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