Proxy Blade Zero Launches, Brings Japanese-Style Mecha Action To Steam

One Angry Gamer "Many of us long for games that are just fun. Pure, unadulterated fun. It’s rare these days to find a game that isn’t a hand-holdy, easy-peasy, made-for-kids, Hollywood-style blockbuster romp that feels like a $60 hold-me-over until you have to go eat something, take a dump and sleep. A lot of games today don’t feel like fun-filled escapes from the everyday trudges of life. Well, thankfully indie developers understand the lack of “fun” in today’s mainstream sector and have taken it upon themselves to re-infuse awesome and entertainment back into the fold. One of those games attempting to make gamers feel imbibed with enthusiasm is DragonSix’s Proxy Blade Zero."

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