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Gigantic Announced

Bellevue, WA-based indie developer Motiga announces Gigantic, an online game they call "genre-bending" (though it sounds an awful lot like a MOBA) coming to PCs in 2015 bringing "a combination of teamwork, action and strategy to a vibrant fantasy world." This announce trailer shows off the concept, and points the way to the GoGigantic website where they are conducting alpha signups. One of the developers on this is StarCraft and Guild Wars lead designer James Phinney. "The gameplay in Gigantic is about creating opportunities to be heroic," says Phinney, "Whether you’re rescuing an ally, sneaking behind enemy lines or facing off solo against a towering guardian, there are dramatic ways to turn the tide of battle." Here's word on the game:

In Gigantic, five players charge across a fantasy battleground alongside their guardian, a five-story-tall monster they’ve sworn to protect. Players start by choosing from a roster of unique heroes that fits their gameplay style, then aim, dodge and leap across the map until they defeat the enemy guardian. Every battle in Gigantic lets players earn rewards, unlock new heroes and fine-tune the gameplay to fit their style.

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