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Gunhound EX  



Mecha shooter Gunhound now available on Steam


2:00 PM on 05.10.2014



Side-scrolling mecha shooter Gunhound EX is out now on Steam for $14.99. Developed by doujin studio Dracue Software and localized by the folks at Playism, Gunhound EX is a throwback to the shooters of the 16-bit era, much like Astro Port's Gigantic Army. The original PSP release is apparently considered a "cult hit" in Japan, and now it's available on PC for the world to try!

The story, beyond blowing up lots of robots, centers on a small Asian nation in the throes of civil war. That is, until a coveted renewable resource is discovered there, which ignites a global conflict and leads to, well, a lot of robots blowing up.

Gunhound EX [Steam]






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