New Gameplay Trailer Released For Upcoming Nintendo NES Homebrew Strategy Game 'Armed For Battle'

New-Gameplay-Trailer-Released-For-Upcoming-Nintendo-NES-Homebrew-Strategy-Game-Armed-For-BattleEarlier last year a brand new Nintendo NES game burst onto the homebrew scene, showing great promise for those who prefer slowed paced action. Although still in development with no release date set, a new trailer has surfaced showcasing Armed For Battle in action.

What we really liked about the first reveal of Armed For Battle was the fact a new title for an old console was willing to step outside of the tried and tested platformer and shooter genres.

The homebrew developer behind this real time strategy title, Rizz, recently returned to the RetroCollect Forums to announce the arrival of a new gameplay trailer - further suggesting that the Nintendo NES is set to get its very own Command & Conquer in the near future.

Armed For Battle (NES Homebrew) Gameplay Trailer #3

Source: RetroCollect Forums



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(Link to this comment) breakupthespace 2013-05-07 23:55
Looks more like its own "Heroes of Might and Magic"

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