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Stardust Vanguards  



Stardust Vanguards looks like TowerFall mixed with a shmup


8:30 PM on 08.04.2014



An interesting looking game has popped up on Steam Greenlight. Stardust Vanguards is a multiplayer game which puts the players in mech suits and has them duke it out in space. The gameplay looks similar to that off TowerFall: Ascension and Samurai Gunn, but with a couple of surprises.








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