Hard Corps: Uprising Previews - Xbox 360

Hard Corps: Uprising
Game Description:Thrilling retro run-and-gun action is back with a vengeance in Hard Corps: Uprising, a new 2D side scroller developed by ARC System Works that pays homage to classic Konami action series. Play as the soldier Bahamut as he begins to write his legend. Battle in the grueling trenches of Arcade mode or the all-new RISING mode, where a life bar and point system allow you to purchase items and upgrades to build your soldier up and achieve ultimate victory. Need help? Partner with a friend to lay down some serious carnage.
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    Hard Corps: Uprising Preview

    We get good and angry as this awesome homage to the classic Contra.

    Posted: Nov 8, 2010

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    Hard Corps: Uprising Gameplay Preview

    Hard Corps: Uprising is a new 2D side scroller action shooter that pays homage to classic Konami action series. Check out our gameplay preview of this retro run-and-gun action game, Hard Corps: Uprising.

    Posted: Nov 8, 2010 | 8,183 Views | 01:49

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    E3 2010: Hard Corps: Uprising Preview

    Our E3 2010 preview of Hard Corps: Uprising. It's Contra-tastic.

    Posted: Jun 22, 2010

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