Trailers aren’t news, but they’re sure pretty to look at it. Check out today’s trailers for Nex Machina, Nongünz, Albion Online, and Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy.
Arcade style twin-stick shooter Nex Machina have released a new showcase video. The trailer focuses on the local coop action in the upcoming bullet hell indie shooter. The game is targeted for release on June 20, 2017 via Steam.
Action platformer Nongünz launches with a new trailer. “A riddle that demands sacrifice,” the game sets players in procedurally-generated dungeons filled with hordes of monsters made from human limbs and giblets. The game is now available for PC, Mac, and Linux machines via Steam.
The developers of Albion Online has release a development recap to guide players through Hector, the final update to the early access MMO before the official launch. The new video explains the modifications and changes made in the Outlands and the resource distribution system. The official launch is scheduled for July 17, 2017
Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy
Those eager to continue the story of Operation Abyss and defend near-future Tokyo from a new threat will be able to do so with Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy. The dungeon crawling RPG features significant character customization through the new Sub-Blood system and item-based character ability modifications. The game is now available on PlayStation Vita and for PC via Steam.