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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on June 20, 2013

Bugs vs. Tanks! News: Take on bugs in your shrunken down World War II tank and try to survive as you search for a way to return to normal size.



Bugs vs. Tanks!

Bugs vs. Tanks! is now available for 3DS on Nintendo’s eShop in North America. Created by Keji Inafune, best known for his work on some of the industry’s most respected game series - such as Mega Man, Onimusha and Dead Rising - Bugs vs. Tanks casts players as a shrunken World War II tank in a battle for survival against swarms of hostile insects. Bugs vs. Tanks is an action shooter set during World War II. In the game, players are thrust into the role of a WWII panzer squad, which has, unexpectedly, been shrunk to the size of a bug. In order to survive, players must master their tanks and engage in heated battles against ants, bees, moths and more, all while clinging to the hope of finding a way to be returned to normal size.

“Keiji Inafune has gained immense global fame as a result of building a reputation as not only a great game innovator but also a master of delivering compelling, unique and exciting entertainment experiences,” said Akihiro Hino, President and CEO of Level-5. “Bugs vs. Tanks! continues this legacy with an extraordinary premise, tense gameplay, fun player customization, and other features that will keep players squashing bugs for hours on end.”

“Akihiro Hino and I share the desire to deliver spectacular surprises to gamers. I have always wanted to work with him as I respect him as a creator, and I feel that we positively influence one another,” said Keiji Inafune, CEO/Concepter of Comcept. “This desire came to fruition with my involvement in the GUILD02 project in the form of Bugs vs. Tanks!, and I’m glad to have been able to develop a game that Hino-san ended up being very satisfied with. We’re very pleased that the title has been well-received by fans in Japan, but that being said, the game was created with players around the world in mind. I feel that the game is exceptional and enjoyable, and I hope everyone will feel the same.”

Bugs vs. Tanks features authentic WWII tanks pulled straight from the history books which players can customize by changing the body, turret and paint, obliterating swarms of bugs in their own style. Bugs vs. Tanks also offers co-operative multiplayer missions against some of the game’s baddest bugs, with up to four friends joining the fray and the ability to call for friendly cover fire via StreetPass.

As an added bonus in Bugs vs. Tanks, players who previously downloaded Level-5’s Liberation Maiden, Aero Porter or Crimson Shroud via the Nintendo eShop and have save data from any of those three titles on their 3DS will receive an exclusive gold tank. Bugs vs. Tanks is now available on the Nintendo eShop in North America for $7.99. Will you be downloading this game?



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