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Thursday, 28 June 2012 07:51

GunLord released for Dreamcast

Written by David Stellmack

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Another new title from German developer

German developer NG:Dev-Team releases new old-school GunLord for Dreamcast. Yes, this is another new title for a system that still remains quite popular as a retro favorite. The game itself is an old-school platform shooter that offers massive worlds and the blasting of enemies, both of which remain favorites with retro gamers.

GunLord itself was actually released for the NeoGeo platform last year, so it actually is a pretty new title, with all things considered. NG:Dev-Team says that perhaps a Steam release for the PC and a 3DS version are possible releases in the near future, but that is still up in the air for the time being.

Purchase GunLord from the developer’s web site here.

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