Serving as CrunchTime Games' inaugural release, Shred Nebula promises a variety of weapons and spacecraft, as well as single-player and multiplayer modes. The game is said to draw heavily from Virgin Interactive Entertainment's free-to-play pseudo-MMO shooter SubSpace (PC), released in 1997.
Priced at 800 Microsoft Points ($10), Shred Nebula will hit the Xbox Live Marketplace alongside alongside Blazing Lizard's Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball on the same day.
hey that's cool. i'm getting sick of the flooding of 1942 clones and their side view cousins