In particular, Steel Assault, an arcade action platformer developed by Zenovia Interactive and published by Tribute Games Inc., is set to release in the near future and is sure to satisfy your action cravings.
This game was previously demonstrated at the Steam Game Festival earlier this year, demonstrating Steel Assault’s fast-paced gameplay.
Players will also be able to punch, whip, and zipline their way through a post-apocalyptic America in a 16-bit retro-style action platformer when the game is released in its entirety.
A resistance soldier on a vengeance mission against the dictator who rules over the post-apocalyptic wasteland, Taro Takahashi is the protagonist of this story.
Taro is fully equipped with a stylish moveset, and there are a plethora of enemies, vehicles, and bosses to fight in a dynamic, fluid side scrolling combat system that allows players to unleash carnage.
Also introducing a new twist on classic grappling-hook mechanics from classic games such as Bionic Commando and Super Castlevania IV, Steel Assault opens up new and exciting movement options throughout the game’s levels.
Like Metal Slug, the beautifully hand-crafted stages are a perfect complement to the explosive action set pieces, with enemies and explosions littering the landscape just as they did in that game. Steel Assault provides the highest possible screen resolution for CRT gaming, allowing for a more retro gaming experience.
The fully fleshed-out sci-fi world that serves as Steel Assault’s backdrop appears to be a 16-bit version of Nier: Automata’s world, rendered in highly detailed pixel art and accompanied by a flurry of FM-synced music.