Inversion: The "G" in Zero-G Stands for "Gun"

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Posted February 4, 2011 - By Chris Monfette

Namco's latest franchise, Inversion, is poised to take the fast-paced action of modern shooters into low-gravity, zero-g environments. Also, it's going to give you a gravity-gun, perhaps the greatest kind of weapon in all of videogame history. We recently went hands-on with an early build of the game. Is it floating toward the heavens, or crashing to Earth?

"One sequence had Davis fighting through a level without any solid ground.He just floated from one piece of floating cover to the next, grabbing on and shooting the equally weightless enemies near by. In the next sequence they showed us Davis used his gravity defying powers to summon cars and send them hurling at enemies. There will be different levels of gravity throughout the game including zero-gravity and low gravity."

Brace yourself for lift-off and read up on our latest Inversion Preview.

Inversion: The "G" in Zero-G Stands for "Gun"


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