Irrelevant Gamer has been given the chance to experience Opqam’s latest Indie title, DOGOS. DOGOS is a good old “Shoot em up” game, or Shmup for short.
I was pleasantly surprised with DOGOS, as I was told that Opqam, the developers of this game, were only a group of four people which lead me to assume the game wasn’t going to be very good. I was wrong, however. This Indie game is close to great, and I would love for you to check it out.
Here’s some exclusive gameplay of Opqam’s awesome game on the PlayStation 4.
Earth has been invaded by a perverse race of bio-mechanical beings from outer-space known as Zeetnuks. A group of humans organize themselves to resist the invasion, but soon discover they don’t stand any chance against the enemy’s technological superiority. The Resistance decides to embark on an ambitious project: combining human and alien engineering, they set out to create a fleet of ships to fight the invaders.
The Zeetnuks uncover the Resistance’s plans and they launch a surprise attack against the base where the humans are developing the prototypes. During the attack, Desmond Phoenix, a skilled pilot, manages to escape on a KZ 72 – one of the models being developed, which everyone will come to know as DOGOS.
Opqam’s game tells the story of that pilot, and how his actions changed the future of the human race.
With stunning visuals and 3D open worlds, see how good DOGOS really is in my full review: (Coming soon!)
DOGOS will release on 6 September for PlayStation 4 and 7 for Xbox One and PC.