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Assault Android Cactus is Arriving on PS4, PS Vita, Wii U & PC This Summer
Prepare for intense instant-action this summer when Witch Beam delivers their arcade style twin-stick shooter, Assault Android Cactus to the PlayStation 4, PC, Wii U and PS Vita. The gameplay is heavily influenced by the classic arcade shoot ’em ups, while the visuals are designed to harken back to era of the Sega Dreamcast. Check out the trailer below!
Set in a vivid sci-fi universe, Assault Android Cactus requires players to be ready for anything, with dynamic levels that continuously introduce new elements. Players traverse environments that contract, expand and fall out from beneath their feet while fighting waves of enemies that leap, climb and tumble relentlessly into the action.
To survive the evolving landscape, players must think fast and keep a hailstorm of bullets flying with one of eight playable androids, each with their own unique primary and secondary weapons. Players can save the galaxy in single-player or team up with friends in four-player local co-op, supported across every game mode by scaling the intensity to match the number of players.
The developer, Witch Beam, features veterans that have previously worked on L.A. Noire, Alien Isolation, Need for Speed and Hand of Fate. Bringing Triple-A experience to this project, they expect to deliver something that is draws on the wisdom of their varied development history.
The combination of the changing landscape and the challenging enemies make this perfect game to play alone or with friends. If you are interested in playing this game right now, it is currently in early access on Steam for $14.99.