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Video Games often take themselves too seriously these days. If you are hungry for an old-fashioned run-and-gun run with some elegant modern personalization options, then you might want to take a look at God Method the first game to come from younger studio room Old University game. It’s available now on Xbox 360 and going to the PlayStation 3.

While you can pick up God Method starting today on the Cheap Xbox live cardsXbox 360 for 800 MSP, those game playing on the PlayStation 3 will have to hold out just a little bit longer to get in on the four-player shoot-em-up action.
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Producer Nick Madonna lately published about the experience on the PSN Card Weblog, describing that the group at Old University games made the decision to create an, properly enough, old-fashioned present shooter for their first trip. To be able to pay attention to the over-the-top present shooter game play, Madonna said the groups made the decision early on to let tale take the back burner to help create the action as much fun as possible.

“We desired to create a fun loving throwback experience, which concentrates on arcade-style activity over tale,” Madonna said. “e came up with a traditional premise—fighting to get out of Hell—then covered it in a third-person present shooter with 3D design on par with full-price headings. Lastly, we included a number of weapons: lcd launchers, railway weaponry and what we passionately call the “buzzsaw,” to be able to destroy surf and surf of demonic lots.”
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To help keep things clean, the experience also contains “Tests of Trust,” mini-challenges declared at the start of each objective that completely change the appearance or gameplay. These arbitrarily chosen difficulties might create all of the creatures wear party caps, or they might allow the gamers unlimited bullets or unique invulnerability. Then again, they might cause the gamer to be injured if they keep a certain area or cause their weaponry to change every few moments.

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