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UFO Robot Grendizer Game Announced for Consoles and PC

UFO Robot Grendizer Feast of the Wolves

Grendizer is coming soon. Publisher Microids unveiled the first gameplay trailer from its previously announced UFO Robot Grendizer action game. Formally titled UFO Robot Grendizer: The Feast of the Wolves, the game is being developed by Endroad, which previously produced 2019’s Fallback on PC.

Check out the gameplay trailer below.

UFO Robot Grendizer The Feast of the Wolves will put players in control of Grendizer, the iconic super robot. It’s also known as Goldorak and Goldrake in Europe. Players will use the Grendizer to battle the forces of King Vega. The trailer shows off third-person action gameplay in a large, open field area. The Grendizer towers over small buildings and scenery, and uses various weapons and combat moves to combat similarly-sized foes, including another massive, dinosaur-like robot. The trailer closes as Grendizer prepares to use one of its ultimate weapons, the Space Thunder.

Created by legendary manga and anime author Go Nagai, UFO Robot Grendizer debuted in Japan in 1977, and is related to Go Nagai’s famed Mazinger series. The Grendizer is a super robot from the planet Fleet (or Fleed). Made in the likeness of the Fleetian god of war,  the Grendizer is stolen by a surviving Fleetian prince to keep it from falling into the hands of the evil Vegan Empire and its leader, King Vega. Escaping to Earth, Grendizer is hidden away by the human scientist Dr. Umon, who adopts the prince and renames him Daisuke Umon. The series follows Daisuke and the Grendizer’s battles against the Vegans.

UFO Robot Grendizer: The Feast of the Wolves will launch on the PC, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One in 2023.

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