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Players will face against a big variety of enemies trough six environments and they will be able to select different chasis for the artifact, unlocking new styles and more powerfull weapons to face the anomaly.
Bio Guardian: the Nimbos protector, seeks to provide a different approach to the genre, offering a short but intense history in a new environment and approaching the game to all players.
The game offers three different control systems, one of them allows the player to play with only one hand without loosing an apex of action. A good amount of items, weapons, chassis and big bosses will be waiting for the player.
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