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Hiroshi Iuchi of Ikaruga Fame to Release 3DS Shooter - Kokuga with Local Multiplayer

On September 27th, Japanese developer G.Rev will release their newest shooter - Kokuga for the Nintendo 3DS. Designed by Ikaruga creator Hiroshi Iuchi, this game features a card system for players to use as they need (up to 20 each level). In addition, the game seems to have an open world type system, allowing players to play through different levels in pursuit of 3 differing goals.

You can view a trailer for the game here.

The game will release for approximately ¥5,040 (around $60). It has solo mode in addition to local multiplayer co-op of up to 3 additional players.

Since I couldn't fully translate this image, here is more information on the paths a player can take.

Reported by Nick LaLone



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