The Nexus Project - a game about
In the early 1970's an unknown arm of the governments military division,
implemented the Nexus Project to create the ultimate warriors, which could
be massed produced, cheap and only using a minimal amount of genetic engineering.
They would implant inhibitors inside the brains of infants to suppress
the ability to dream, removing the development of fear from the subjects
natural development, and to suppress or control latent psychic ability.
The genetic engineering came in to speed up the evolution of the human
brain and learning centres within the brain. So the soldier would be able
to recognise and implement a wide range of weaponry almost instantaneously.
Upon creating the first few of these special infants the would then clone
them into a small highly trained army. You were one of these infants taken
away and hidden upon the moment of creation, the sympathetic researcher
hid you within a normal family moments before his termination. You grew
up knowing almost nothing of your past, until you discover a data disk
which contains a recording of what you are. You decide to take revenge
against your creators for what they did to you and your 'brothers'. You
consider yourself lucky for what your unknown benefactor did for you and
you aim to try and save your 'brothers' before they become controlled
killers. Although you fear that most would have already become fully grown
you know that you will be forced to terminate them if you must.
The game would be a first/person perspective game where you move across
urban and high-tech. environments in an attempt to get revenge on your
You would have modern day weapons eg. machine guns, rocket launchers,
flame-throwers etc. and some high-tech. weaponry, such as prototype pulse
You could also have the ability to join a group of revolutionaries and
possibly use them for your own ends. There would also be multiple endings
depending on how you choose to play.
The Nexus Project - a game about ultimate warriors
Kind of like the movie Universal Soldiers.
Hey!…we are not making fun of your game idea. The first movie was actually
pretty cool….the sequel sucks though.