Rival Megagun Gets a Multiplatform Launch Date

Friday, November 9th, 2018

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oprainfall | Rival Megagun


Made by one guy, and after almost two long years of development, Degica Games is excited to announce that Rival Megagun is coming out on multiple platforms on November 29th! It will be landing on four platforms, including PC (Steam), Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Rival Megagun is a split-screen, vertical shoot ’em up that pits players against other players, though there is also a single player arcade mode. You’ll transform into a giant boss ship to invade your foe’s screen. This massive ship is known as your “Mega Gunship”.


The game supports one to two players, with both local and online play modes. There are multiple playable characters, each with their own special weapons to take into battle. There is also the single player arcade mode and you can unlock additional weapons and gear to customize your ship. According to the press release, Rival Megagun also supports a number of languages, including:

  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • Chinese (Simplified/Traditional)
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Russian
  • Spanish

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You can also find out more about the game at the official Rival Megagun website.

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