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Gatling Gears
Gatling Gears

PlayStation 3 | Xbox 360
Genre: Arcade
Developer: Vanguard Games Official Site: http://gatlinggears.com
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date:
11th May 2011
Gatling Gears

Genre: Arcade
Developer: Vanguard Games
Official Site: http://gatlinggears.com
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date:
11th May 2011
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From the team that created the award-winning Greed Corp, the new action-packed Gatling Gears is a classic, top-down shooter that drops players into visually stunning environments and adrenaline pumping gameplay.

It’s up to gamers to take on the role of Max Brawley and suit up in his Gatling Gear mech to embark on an epic mission through 30 unique areas to save the planet and defeat the Empire in full online or offline co-op modes. Though you’re fighting together for the greater cause, you’ll compete for score and leaderboard prowess as you battle to collect the gears left behind by the foes you’ve turned into scrap metal. Each gear will bring you closer to earning cool upgrades for your Gatling Gear mech.

Still hungry for more? Test your ability to stay alive with Survival mode, an arena-based battle where you go head-to-head with enemy forces in 10 rounds of pure chaos. Complete your objective with or without a friend by bobbing and weaving through thousands of bullets from enemy tanks and soldiers and dodge or maneuver out of the way of homing missiles, flame-throwers and cluster bombs, while protecting a core natural resource.