Nyu Media’s Slate Of Doujin Games Has Fighters, Shooters And Beat-em-ups

By Ishaan . October 14, 2013 . 5:35pm

Doujin game publisher Nyu Media have announced their upcoming slate of games, which will begin releasing this winter through spring 2014. Below is a list of what you can expect to see.

 

Yatagarasu: Attack on Cataclysm:

Slated for release in early 2014, with new characters and features, as well as in-game commentary during fights by James Chen, UltraDavid, & Maximilian.

 

Croixleur: Steam Edition:

New story, weapons, challenge mode, cutscenes and voiceovers in Steam Edition.

 

 

Gigantic Army:

A “Love letter” to Assault Suits Valken/Cybernator. Trailer above.

 

 

Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser:

A throwback to ‘70s mecha anime shows. Japanese trailer above.

 

 

Armed Seven:

2D side-scrolling shooter with 12 weapons, five stages and four difficulty levels.

 

Below is a quick infographic of all the above mentioned games. Click on it to enlarge.

 


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  • Ecchi Pantsu

    I can’t wait for Yatagarasu. I’m really stoked with that Ultrachen and Max’s ingame commentary

    • RazeXI

      I’m kinda hoping Max yells out “DOOOOOOD”

      • Ecchi Pantsu

        or YOOOO VIDYAA GAMES!!!

  • gold163

    WHAT there’s new shit in the Steam Croixleur?? I hope they update the non-Steam version too.

    • Canceris

      I don’t know if that content is going to be or stay exclusive, but they are promising steam keys for every one who purchased the game prior to steam release.

  • DoctorButler

    Hot

  • neocatzon

    Gigantic Army is pretty much Votoms with bigger guns.
    What’s with the third wave?

  • http://twitter.com/puchixseda puchinri

    I feel bad because I have a few titles I still didn’t get that I wanted to pick up with them. And now I have to add another title to the list. vuv:

    • foopy

      Don’t feel bad, just do it! :D

  • TrevHead

    Looking forward to Gigantic Army

  • Aristides

    0-0 wow so much mecha it’s actually hard to believe lol. I wonder how that 70s inspired game plays like.

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