By Ishaan . January 22, 2014 . 2:25pm
Doujin game publisher Nyu Media are releasing another Japanese indie title for PC soon—Gigantic Army, a side-scrolling mech shooter that pays homage to games like Cybernator and Front Mission: Gun Hazard.
The game will be available on February 5th for PC, and involves a 21st century war against a race of aliens called the Ramulons, who are attempting to stop humanity’s advance into space. Gigantic Army is developed by Astro Port, the developer behind Satazius.
The game will feature six stages, twelve mid and end-level bosses, and four difficulty modes. You’ll also be able to customize your weapon loadout to suit your style of playing, and Nyu Media say the western release of the game has been rebalanced.
Gigantic Army will be available on PC for $5.99 on Feb. 5th. A Linux version is also in development for release on Steam.