Swarm Previews - PS3

Game Description:Swarm lets the player take control of 50 utterly fearless Swarmites and drive them through an intense, entertaining and often suicidal battle for a greater good. Run, bash, huddle, boost, stack, jump, push and throw your way through gauntlets of death and destruction in an attempt to collect valuable DNA and ensure that at least one Swarmite survives. With a unique combination of mass character control and fast action, the resulting brutal aftermath will make players want to play Swarm over and over again.
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Swarm Previews

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    Swarm Gameplay Preview Video

    Posted: Jan 20, 2011 | 4,438 Views | 02:59

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    Swarm Hands-On Preview

    We recently went hands-on with Hothead Games' upcoming downloadable title Swarm to bring you this gameplay preview. Pro tip: you might want to wear a poncho for this one.

    Posted: Jan 20, 2011

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    The Swarm Preview

    Team up with 49 other computer-controlled characters to build the Swarm...

    Posted: Sep 17, 2010

  • Swarm "Kids Say The Swarmest Things" Trailer

    Posted: March 28, 2011

    2,057 Views | 04:49

  • Swarm "Diversity Training" Video

    Posted: March 21, 2011

    771 Views | 03:23

  • Swarm "Unconcluded Conundrums" Video

    Posted: March 10, 2011

    830 Views | 03:14

  • Swarm "Valentines Day" Trailer

    Posted: February 14, 2011

    768 Views | 00:30

  • Swarm "Ask Dr. Mike Episode 2" Video

    Posted: January 27, 2011

    531 Views | 05:17


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