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Giant mecha battle! Japanese Chroma Squad trailer is great

8:00 PM on 03.14.2014

Steven Hansen

Features Editor

Chroma? I hardly even know her!

We heard about Chroma Squad last year and it looks great. It's one half Sentai studio management sim, one half tactical, turn-based battler. You buy better actors, special effects, answer fan mail and fight people. I like it.

It's coming to Steam later this year, but you can play it on Early Access if you pre-order (or backed it on Kickstarter originally). You can also check it out at GDC and PAX East, which I hope to do.

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