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Samurai Gunn out for PC right now ⊟

It won’t release for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita until some time next year, but Teknopants/Beau Blyth’s “lightning-fast Bushido brawler” is out RIGHT NOW for Windows computer machines.

Why you should pick Samurai Gunn up posthaste:

  • It’s like a bloodier Smash Bros. with samurai (who also pack heat), with support for 2-4 players!
  • How awesome is this new trailer?
  • Duels by the sunset! Dudes getting beheaded!
  • Music by Doseone!
  • Logo by Maré Odomo and Cory Schmitz!
  • Other Tiny friends (Adam Robezzoli, Lamar Abrams, and more) lending their voices as dying samurai!

You can grab Samurai Gunn from the official site, the Humble Store, or Steam for $11.99 now.

The Last and Final Word: Beau Blyth

Beau Blyth has slowly but surely made a name for himself as an independent videogame developer to look out for with the likes of Armed Generator Doom Machine, Fish Face, Action Fist and Shoot First (all receiving favourable coverage of varying degrees from the indie community). He has grown comfortable with Game Maker, is uncomfortable that so many of his games have involved shooting and is positive about the future.

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Fantastic Arcade 2013: Beau Blyth

Arguably one of the most talked about developers at this years Fantastic Arcade 2013, Beau Blyth is well on his way to indie game royalty. Samurai Gunn which has been in production for a few years now had the crowd cheering for more both on the exhibition floor and during the tournaments in the Alamo Drafthouse theater. Check out the interview with this young gunn from Fantastic Arcade 2013.

I for one would love to see Samurai Gunn at fighting game tournaments around the country. Mind games? Check. Easy to learn, hard to master game mechanics? Check. The ability to get a room full of gamers and on-lookers frothing at the mouth with hype? Check!

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Samurai Gunn has maybe the best trailer you’ll ever see. Movie, videogame, or otherwise.