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Indie mech shooter Gigantic Army descends on PC today


7:00 AM on 02.05.2014
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Gigantic Army begins its assault on Windows PC today, courtesy of publisher Nyu Media and Japanese indie studio Astro Port. The mech-flavored side-scrolling shooter takes inspiration from 16-bit titles like Metal Warriors and Cybernator.

Set in the near future, where mankind is entangled in a war with an alien race that's bent on stemming humanity's spread throughout the universe, players pilot a battle robot on the enemy homeworld across six action-packed levels where the clock poses as much of a threat as the enemy hordes.

Should you wish to join the fight and combat the alien menace, Gigantic Army is available now for $5.99 via GiganticArmy.comGamersGateDesura, and Rice Digital.  It could also probably use some love on Steam Greenlight.

Indie mech shooter Gigantic Army descends on PC today photo
Indie mech shooter Gigantic Army descends on PC today photo
Indie mech shooter Gigantic Army descends on PC today photo
Indie mech shooter Gigantic Army descends on PC today photo
Indie mech shooter Gigantic Army descends on PC today photo
Indie mech shooter Gigantic Army descends on PC today photo







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