Submitted by DominicTarason 1301d ago | news

Gorilla My Dreams – Natural Selection 2 Updates With Stunning Gameplay Trailer

DIYGamer: Along with Overgrowth and Cortex Command, Unknown Worlds’ FPS/RTS hybrid Natural Selection 2 is one of those indie mega-projects that seems to be in a perpetual state of development. Today marks a rather special day in the development of NS2, as the latest development build – codenamed ‘Gorilla’ – has been released to preordering players, and is accompanied by a genuinely impressive gameplay-footage trailer. Hit the break for some hot marine-on-alien action. (Natural Selection 2, PC, Unknown Worlds)

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noxeven  +   1301d ago
This game is amazing been playing the builds as they increase. Its even better then the first one.
specialguest  +   1301d ago
I've never heard of this game, but it looks interesting. I also like the top-down view.
Ekku  +   1301d ago
The Top-down view is reserved for the "Commander". Each team has 16 players and one is chosen to play as the commander, which resembles strategy games like Starcraft, except now the units actually have human intelligence.

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