Narco Terror releasing on all formats this week

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 31 July 2013 01:03 GMT

Deep Silver’s mysterious twin-stick shooter Narco Terror arrives on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this week.

GameInformer reports the Rubicon Organization effort costs $10 or 800 MS Points.

It arrives via this week’s PlayStation Store update, but hits PC and Xbox Live on Tuesday, US time.

The arcade shooter stars one Rick Quinn on the trail of his kidnapped daughter, and boasts customisable weapons, vehicle combat, and local and online drop-in two-player co-op.

Here’s the launch trailer:

Narco Terror is also the name of a two-piece musical act based in France, as I discovered on my fruitless search for high-res assets.

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  • Deep Silver bringing twin-stick shooter Narco Terror to XBLA and PSN soon

    Deep Silver and unheralded games company Rubicon Organization have a new ground-based co-op twin-stick shooter called Narco Terror that is primed for release this summer/winter (sometime in the next few months, to be clear) to the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. A trailer that explains it all is inside.