Written by Jude Terror
on Thursday, June 12 2014 and posted in News with Benefits
Code Name S.T.E.A.M. features a team assembled by Abraham Lincoln to fight aliens.
At E3 today, Nintendo announced Code Name S.T.E.A.M., a turn-based strategy game set in London during "The Age of Steam." Intelligent Systems, who made Advance Wars, and Hitoshi Yamagami, who worked on Fire Emblem, Xenoblade, and Pokemon, are behind the game. The title refers to a secret team started by Abraham Lincoln to fight aliens. Oh, and then there's this:
...though it's hard to tell if the graphics live up to the aspirations. But in any case, sounds pretty sweet. Can't wait to get it for...
Wait, it's for what? A 3Dwhat? Is there an N64 version? No? Well who the fuck owns one of those little things? God dammit!
Get this for your 3DS thingamajig whenever it comes out.
And get off my lawn!
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About the Author - Jude Terror
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