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Thursday, 06 September 2012 08:17

Non-Kinect Gunstringer coming

Written by David Stellmack

Windows 8 PC & Tablet to get Dead Man Running

Those of you who have an Xbox 360 with Kinect will know the title Gunstringer. In an interesting development, we have learned that developer Other Ocean Interactive is developing a new Gunstringer title for Windows 8 PC and Tablet players.

The game will not use Kinect and it isn’t a port of the original Gunstringer game. Instead, the game (which is called Gunstringer: Dead Man Running) is an auto-running title with shooting challenges. The game will offer both a story mode as well as three “endless runner” stages.

The title will not be sold, but instead will be a free-to-play title that will offer customization items for purchase with both in-game currency and micro-purchases that will be offered from within the game. Look for Dead Man Running to arrive for the Windows 8 platform at some point in November. A specific release date has yet to be announced.

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