Phil Harrison invests in Finnish developed RPG Gunshine

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 16 February 2011 15:14 GMT

Former Atari and Sony head Phil Harrison has invested in a Finnish developed browser based co-op RPG called Gunshine.

Developed by Supercell, the game was chosen as a first investment from London Venture Partners which was set up by Harrison and David Gardner, David Lau-kee and Paul Heydon.

The game just went into an invitation-only closed beta today, and according to Eurogamer, it looks like a cross “between Syndicate and Diablo, with a dash of Facebook and Twitter thrown in for good measure.”

Players can create classes from tank, damage, or healer.

Check out the official site here, and watch the video for it below.

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