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Metal Hawk

Metal Hawk

1988  Shooter - Arcade - Single player  
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Metal Hawk - Wikipedia Metal Hawk (メタルホーク, Metaru Hōku?) is a multi-directional shooter arcade game that was released by Namco in 1988 only in Japan; it runs on Namco System 2 hardware, and was the third game from the company to allow score ...   more on Wikipedia

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The Bureau: XCOM Declassified

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified

2013  Shooter - Mac OS X Xbox 360 Microsoft Windows Sony PlayStation 3
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is a tactical shooter developed by 2K Marin. The game is a prequel to how the famous XCOM unit came to be. The action takes place during Cold War, year 1962. A series of mysterious attacks attract government attention, and so a top-secret unit called The Bureau is formed. Play as agent Carter, the first man in charge of nations defense against an enemy far greater than anyone would’ve anticipated at the time The atmosphere within the US is pretty tense because of the Cold War alone, however, when an alien threat emerges, everything escalates to a new level. Bureau: XCOM Declassified balances delicately between a shooter and a strategy game, where parts of both are involved in the battles. You will face a vast array of alien enemies upon activating your Bureau key, with some making an easy kill while others require a team effort to take down a single unit. Everything you do within The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is a grind but that’s exactly what you come to expect from a game that focuses on providing a realistic alien invasion feel!
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The Bureau: XCOM Declassified - Wikipedia The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is a science fiction video game in the X-COM series, developed by 2K Marin and was released by 2K Games for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on August 20, 2013 in North America. It was released for Mac on No ...   more on Wikipedia
Dead Nation

Dead Nation

2010  Shooter - Sony PlayStation 4 PlayStation Vita Sony PlayStation 3 - multiplayer  
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Dead Nation - Wikipedia Dead Nation is a top-down shoot 'em up video game for the PlayStation 3 developed by Finnish video game developer Housemarque. It was released on November 30, 2010 in North America, and December 1 in Europe, on PlayStation Network.Dead Nation takes p ...   more on Wikipedia
Omega Boost

Omega Boost

1999  Shooter - Sony PlayStation - Single player  
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Omega Boost - Wikipedia Omega Boost is a three dimensional shoot 'em up developed by Polyphony Digital for the Sony PlayStation. It was released in 1999 throughout Japan, North America, and Europe by Sony Computer Entertainment. ...   more on Wikipedia
DemonStar

DemonStar

1997  Shooter - Microsoft Windows - multiplayer  
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DemonStar - Wikipedia DemonStar is a shareware computer game developed by Mountain King Studios, based on their earlier game Raptor: Call of the Shadows. It is a top-down vertical scrolling shooter game with an outer space theme. The game shares many similarities with the ...   more on Wikipedia
Ground Zero: Texas

Ground Zero: Texas

1993  Shooter - Sega Mega-CD - Single player  
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Ground Zero: Texas - Wikipedia Ground Zero: Texas is a full motion video game, released for the Sega CD in November 1993. The game relies heavily on video footage, with which the player interacts. It contains 110 minutes of interactive footage from four different cameras. It was d ...   more on Wikipedia