The lights are on
To celebrate the Steam launch of Skulls Of The Shogun, 17-Bit released a new trailer that highlights the studio's goofy sense of
After four years of development, 17-Bit's colorful turn-based
strategy game is finally out on Steam, with additional
content that includes new campaign missions, multiplayer maps, and a playable
tanuki unit. The trailer, on the other hand, contains skull-eating children
turning into skeletons. If you're confused, so am I – but Kato
enjoyed the XBLA version of the game, so why not check it out?
Skulls of the Shogun is now available on Steam for $14.99. For
insight into the making of the game, check out our video interview with 17-Bit
CEO Jake Kazdal.
Our TakeToday's new Skulls of
the Shogun trailer is a great example of 17-Bit's passionate-yet-playful love
of video games. Finally getting the game out on Steam must be a huge relief for
the small indie studio, as they can now focus their effort on their next game, Galak-Z.
Turn-based strategy games are a tough sell to modern gamers, so hopefully
Galak-Z's top-down shoot-'em-up action can garner 17-Bit the attention it so richly
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LMFAO " Who wants to join my undead army? *raises hands* "THEN DIE!!!"
I know I'm the minority here, but I hope they also release a Mac compatible version.
Good turn-based games are hard to come by, but this one is near perfect.
Eh, did Jake Kazdal just drag his whole family into acting in this trailer?