Freakout: Calamity TV Show hits consoles this Week

Monday, April 13th, 2020

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Normally it’s good to stay calm in times like these. But in case you need to go nuts, what better title than Freakout: Calamity TV Show? Developed by Immaterial Studios and Jandusoft, it’s a crazed top-down twin-stick shooter. It personally reminds me a bit of games like Smash TV if they were mixed together with recent games like My Friend Pedro. The premise apparently takes place in a dystopia full of mutants and killer machines. You are the star of a twisted reality show who must fight your way through hordes of demented foes as you work your way to the top of evil Fizzy Corp. Best of all, Freakout: Calamity TV Show is out very soon, in just four short days. Yes, on April 17th Freakout: Calamity TV Show will be available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and it will only cost $9.99 in the US. Below are some key features from the game:

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  • Fast, Intense and Juicy top-down shooter!
  • Excellent graphics along many different locations!
  • Amazing audio, killer Soundtrack!
  • Dystopian future with disturbed characters and enemies!
  • Local-Coop through shared screen!

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If you’re still not convinced, just check out the trailer for this crazy game below!

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