Housemarque and Eugene Jarvis announce Nex Machina for PS4

'An explosive arcade experience with competition in mind.'

Nex Machina

Housemarque announced Nex Machina, its February 2015-teased project with legendary creator Euguene Jarvis, for PlayStation 4 during the PlayStation Experience 2016 keynote.

Here’s an overview, via the game’s official website:

About

From the collaboration between Housemarque (Resogun, Alienation, Matterfall), and Robotron and Smash TV legendary creator Eugene Jarvis comes Nex Machina, an explosive arcade experience created with competition in mind.

In the World of Nex Machina

Humans have become so dependent on technology that they cannot avert their eyes from portable devices anymore. Around them, machines have reached consciusness and surpassed human intelligence tenfolds. No reasons to be servants now – robots are clearly the superior lifeform. And to make their point, they start eradicating all human life…

Gameplay Details

Can you survive the mechanical onslaught of hundreds of evil robots trying to obliterate any threat? Can you stop them from harvesting oblivious humans? In the vein of cult classics such Resogun and Robotron, Nex Machina is the ultimate top-down voxel shooter where everything can be blown up to pieces. Enter “the zone”, become one with the game and pull off the most incredible feats. Packed with opportunities to create your own playstyle, face tough challenges and engage in a ruthlessly competitive environment, Nex Machina is what arcade games deserve to be in the 21th century.

Geared for Competition

  • World- country- city- and friend related Leaderboards
  • Ranks and monthly tournaments
  • Full built-in Spectator scene
  • Online challenges and feats which provide playtime for a loooooooong time.

Watch the reveal trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery.

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