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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on July 30, 2013

News: Narco Terror, a twin stick shooter that harkens back to classic action movies, is now available on PSN and will hit XBLA tomorrow.



Narco Terror

Narco Terror is available today on PSN and will be available tomorrow on Xbox Live as well as through Steam and other partners. Deep Silver revealed that it will be available for $9.99 on PSN and Steam or 800 Microsoft points on Xbox Live.

Narco Terror is a sophisticated, twin stick shooter that thematically harkens back to classic action movies from the 80s and offers great diversity with several arcade gameplay sequences. When the daughter of ex-special ops agent, Rick Quinn, is kidnapped, he becomes a one-man army that goes on a mission from the docks of Miami to the rivers of South America. The secret technology Quinn has been working on to stop the drug cartels' latest trafficking technique of using narco submarines has put him in the cross-hairs of a long lost friend. When Quinn discovers that his ex-partner, Jay Delgado, is running the subs and the cartel that took his daughter, this fire-powered vendetta gets personal.

An arsenal of customizable weapons, different ammo types from explosive rounds to tesla coils, grenades, power-ups, upgrades and character progression allow a rich variety in Quinn's crusade through hostile territory. Quinn also has a love for heavy machinery, and will be piloting helicopters and aircraft, battling through enemy lines consisting of massive tanks, armed helicopters and fast planes. Add different play modes from 2D side-scrolling to top down vertical sequences, all presented in blazing visuals, Narco Terror offers game play diversification never seen before.

Up to two players can lay a path of destruction in Narco Terror in both local and online co-op, with seamless drop in and drop out at any time. Take a look at the trailer below and tell us what you think. Will you be downloading Narco Terror?



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