Mecha Action Title Project Nimbus Coming To PlayStation 4 In 2018 | Broken Joysticks

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20

Mecha Action Title Project Nimbus Coming To PlayStation 4 In 2018

If you like high octane mecha action games staring anime teenagers then Project Nimbus is one title to keep an eye on. Developed by GameCrafterTeam and published by Kiss LTD it is hard not to watch footage of Project Nimbus and be instantly reminded of a brighter, more bubblegum Armored Core title. We may not have got a true Armored Core 6 from Namco and sure Project Nimbus lacks detailed customization in its current Early Access state but it seems to scratch at the same itch. 

Project Nimbus will be flying the deadly skies on PlayStation 4 in Japan later this Autumn with a worldwide release scheduled for sometime in Q1 2018.  PC players can already snag Nimbus for $15.99 CDN on Steam, but that price may go up as the game leaves Early Access on September 28th. 

 

Here’s a couple of the key gameplay features of Project Nimbus: CodeMirai  on PlayStation 4 as reported by Gematsu: 

Key Features

  • Missions set throughout 16 different locations, including sky city, sea fort, mountain base, giant prison, and space stages.
  • Various mecha and weapons, including smart missiles, laser blades, particle canons, floating laser shields, rail guns, and auto-attacking and defending psycho drones.
  • A grandeur story of an ace pilot set on a future earth destroyed by war, where a battle between three factions will unfold.
  • Eye-catching combat style with transforming giant mecha, daredevil pilots, and battles against armed flying boats.

If after watching the below footage your mouth starts to water just a bit – as mine did. I’ve included the minimum specs for the PC version below as well. After watching a handful of trailers and reading the news release about Project Nimbus’ incoming PlayStation 4 release I immediately plunked down the $16 for the Steam version. 

Min Specs:

    • OS: Windows Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATi HD5750 {Any card that support Shader Model 3.0 shall be able to run the game)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c

[Source: Youtube.com]

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