Like Eclipse Phase it's a Posthuman RPG that takes place after a nuclear war on Earth and traditional nation-states are practically non-existent in the rest of the Solar System. But, the writers seem a bit inclined towards capitalism.
The backstory is that mobile construction platforms called "geomats" contained refineries and 3-D printers and could build a city cheaply in a matter of months, enabling the rise of "corptowns" that attracted people with their lack of laws. Tensions rose between the corptowns and the old governments for a long time, MarsCo colonized the red planet, and then things spiraled out of control when the corps began to engineer bipedal animals (fine, it's a furry RPG) as pets and the governments saw them as abominations and ordered them destroyed. MarsCo responded by uplifting their bipedals, now called Vectors, and naming them free citizens of an independent Mars. That, of course, meant war. The Earth-bound Corps kept the governments occupied for a few years, but then the nukes came out. When the dust settled Earth seemed to be sterilized. MarsCo was the only power left standing, though other MegaCorps spun off over the centuries.
So yeah, they tried to make corporate semi-feudalism look good.
Oh, and a few hundred years after the war Earth seemed to have life again, the expeditions to the planet brought something... else with them. The population of Luna was killed off by creatures that appeared to be made of crystallized blood and burst out of people's chests. Then started to build a ruby tether between Earth and Luna. Needless to say, they're both quarantined.
Shockingly, the creators claim they hadn't even heard of Eclipse Phase.
HC SVNT DRACONES (here there be dragons) is supposedly hitting Kickstarter this week.