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    Blast Your Way Through A Mad Alien Spaceship As Gunborg: Dark Matters Comes To Consoles And PC On March 4th!

    Red Art Games is excited to launch Ricpau Studio’s arcade platformer Gunborg: Dark Matters on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Steam and Xbox One consoles on March 4th! It is a new milestone for Red Art Games as it is its first PlayStation 5 console release as a digital publisher! Gunborg: Dark Matters will be available to pre-order digitally on Nintendo eShop and Xbox One with a 10% discount from now until launch.

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    Gunborg: Dark Matters is an arcade-style, action-packed platformer in space, with smooth gameplay and a slick 80’s synth-wave soundtrack.

    Armed with a fierce blade and a powerful shield your challenge is to fight your way through a mad alien spaceship filled with deadly creatures and capture the fearsome bosses defending it.

    Do you have what it takes to face constant threats while staying on your feet in the heat of combat? Can you keep your cool when chaos is descending upon you?

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    Features:
    • Skill-based arcade-style gameplay
    • All enemy weapons can be picked up by the player
    • A powerful shield to deflect enemy bullets
    • Dark energy supercharges your weapons
    • Smooth gameplay and fluid animations
    • Superfast addictive respawn cycle
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