A lot of gaming sites are doing their year-end reviews now. Some are carrying out different awards and will ask for reader submissions next month, but IGN has gone ahead and put theirs up already. Since it was IGN that first revealed Prophecy Advance to the world through a Technological Excellence Award, it would be somewhat fitting if the game won something here. They are taking nominations in several categories. Prophecy should be a contender for Best Overall, Best Action Game, Best Multiplayer Game, Best Graphics, and Best Game No One Played. Those are the links to submit write-in nominees. To check our their actual feature, visit the site here.
Today in the year 2670 a team from the FRLS Independence restarted the fusion engines aboard the abandoned KIS Karga. Dubbed Project Goliath, the operation to restore this abandoned Kilrathi Bhantkara Class Carrier took a positive turn this weekend.
The Karga is operational; emergency power, lights, some instruments and partial artificial gravity are online. The Karga's fusion engines are brought online. Project Goliath conferences are now being held in the Operations Planning Center on the Karga instead of the FRLS Independence.
If this sounds unfamiliar or nostalgic to you, it's time to read Wing Commander False Colors.
Primary flight control is online. Half the flight wing from the Independence is transferred to Karga, to the dismay of Captain Galbraith; they need the Confederation planes until everyone can get trained on the Kilrathi craft. The portside flightdeck will take a few more weeks to repair. Shields and maneuvering drives are given priority from now on.
The Independence and the Vision Quest are to head back to Landreich space the next week. Bhaktadil's marines are assigned to the Karga.