Fans of Kaiju movies like Godzilla and Pacific Rim should look out for GigaBash, a new multiplayer monster arena brawler made by Malaysian-based indie developers, Passion Republic Games.

The game made its global debut at the Tokyo Game Show last weekend and the early footage looks great showing a huge variety of monsters (and possibly a few heroes) going on a city-wide rampage.

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The game features a four-player versus mode, with a huge cast of characters, each sporting their own unique move list. Each monster also has a power-bar that slowly fills up as you deal and take damage. When full, players can activate an S-Class mode that will evolve their monster into an even more powerful form for a limited time.



Gamers will also be able to use the battleground environment to their advantage, using buildings and vehicles as projectiles and weapons.

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GigaBash will be launching in Q4 2020 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.

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