Gamma World has nothing to do with Bruce Banner

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No, the incredible Hulk has nothing to do with the upcoming shooter from Atari. This one focuses on everyone’s favorite atom smasher- the Large Hadron Collider.

In the fall of 2012, scientists at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland, embarked on a new series of high-energy experiments.  No one knows exactly what they were attempting to do, but a little after 3pm on a Thursday afternoon came The Big Mistake.  Something unexpected happened, and in the blink of an eye, a multiplicity of possible universes condensed into a single reality.  Welcome to Gamma Terra.

Gamma World features heavy exploration with RPG and shooter elements. And in addition to playing it out solo, you can also get up to four players going at a time online with squad based co-op play.

It sounds fantastic and Atari is promising a lot here; we’ll see if they can deliver on LIVE, PSN, and the PC this fall.

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