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Mech shooter Gigantic Army now available on Steam

11:00 AM on 03.06.2014

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

A surprisngly satisfying six dollar side-scrolling shoot-'em-up

Doujin shooter Gigantic Army is out now on Steam for a measly $5.99. You should check out our review and buy it maybe. That is, if you like fun things. You do like fun things, don't you?

I mean, seriously, what else are you going to spend six bucks on today? A Starbucks Frappuccino? Okay. A gallon of Costco-brand mayonnaise? Hm... That second one does sound pretty tempting. Nah, I'd still probably go with the videogame. It's definitely more entertaining than mayo. Plus, fewer calories.

Gigantic Army [Steam]

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