Live The COmic Even More In The Second All-New "G-Man Cape Crisis" Video Game

Mon, September 7th, 2009 at 3:46pm PDT

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Official Press Release

Barely a month after Chris Giarrusso released the revolutionary G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS video game, he's at it again with SUNTROOPER SQUADRON, the newest G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS video game!

"The original G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS video game had a game engine which allowed players to move both left and right," Giarrusso said. "With G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS: SUNTROOPER SQUADRON, players can now also move up and down, literally exploring every square inch of the screen. This radical shift in gameplay may be shocking at first, but that's what the evolution of classic old-school 8-bit style video gaming is all about."

G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS: SUNTROOPER SQUADRON recreates the opening events of G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS #2, wherein G-Man's legendary ally, Suntrooper, faces an asteroid on a collision course with Earth. Players will virtually don the Suntrooper's amazing solar suit and be initiated into the Suntrooper Squadron's elite space force as they, too, will battle not only asteroids, but enemy spacecraft as well! It's like the movies "Armageddon" and "Independence Day" combined into a single game. Except good.

G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS #2 (JUL090395), a 32-page full color comic book for $2.99, will be in stores September, 9th 2009. The video game may be played online at http://chrisgcomics.com/ccgame2.html

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TAGS:  image comics, g-man, cape crisis, chris giarrusso

 
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