Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Twin-Stick Shooter

Halo: Spartan Strike brings back twin-stick action, out for mobile, PC

Halo Spartan-Strike (iOS, PC, Windows 8) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new Halo twin-stick shooter has gone live for mobile devices and PC, Halo: Spartan Strike. The $5.99 download-only release is set in New Mombasa during the events of Halo 2. Players take on the role of a Spartan in an ONI simulation, guiding UNSC troops through 30 missions set throughout cities and jungles. Throughout the missions, soldiers gain access to new abilities, weapons, and vehicles. Windows 8 versions also include support for weekly challenges, leaderboards, and Achievements with accompanying emblems, avatars, and nameplates.

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Apple Handheld, PC News

(PlayStation 4) Helldivers

(PlayStation 4) Helldivers

“… a funny, addictive twin-stick shooter that’s fun solo and even more so with friends but suffers from connection issues.”

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PlayStation 4 Reviews

(PlayStation 3) Helldivers

(PlayStation 3) Helldivers

“… a funny, addictive twin-stick shooter that’s fun solo and even more so with friends but suffers from connection issues.”

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PlayStation 3 Reviews

(PlayStation Vita) Helldivers

(PlayStation Vita) Helldivers

“… a funny, addictive twin-stick shooter that’s fun solo and even more so with friends but suffers from connection issues.”

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PS Vita Reviews

Gatling Gears putters onto PC

Gatling Gears (360, PC, PS3) PC Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Vanguard Games’ twin-stick shooter Gatling Gears has launched on Origin, EA’s rebranded online distribution store. Currently available for the 360 and PS3, the $9.99 top-down shooter puts players in the shoes of Max Brawley and his Gatling Gears mech as he faces down the might of the Empire to stop them from harvesting the Earth’s resources. Alone or with a friend in on- or offline co-op play, players will fight the Empire through 30 environments using gatling guns, grenades, and rockets, collecting the leftover debris to earn point multipliers and upgrades.

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PC News