Metallic Child Studio Trigger Opening Movie Released

Metallic Child Studio Trigger opening

Studio HG have revealed that Studio Trigger have produced the opening for their hack and slash action roguelike Metallic Child.

As previously reported, the game follows combat android Rona, battling an army of hostile robots that threaten to drop the massive spacecraft Life Stream onto Earth.The game is connected to Studio HG’s 2016 game, Smashing The Battle.

The game’s combat features a variety of randomized weapons, and players can also grab enemies to use them as shields or improvised projectiles. Rona can be upgraded by stealing cores from enemy robots, gaining access to new abilities. Players can further customize Rona with different weapons and gear.

The newly produced opening movie isn’t the first time Studio Trigger have made a game’s opening. They also produced the opening for Shantae and the Seven Sirens

You can find the opening below.

You can find the rundown (via Steam) below:

METALLIC CHILD is a rogue-lite, core-action game, featuring Rona, an android known as “Metallic Child,” taking place in a space laboratory in the latter part of the 20th century.

A large-scale rebellion has taken place in the space laboratory Life Stream.
All robots aboard, with the exception of Rona and Pan, are conspiring to crash Life Stream into planet Earth.
Rona has stood up to stop this plot, and you will be the one to guide Rona by remotely operating her through this “game.”

■ Core Grabbing, Rogue-lite Core-Action
Hardcore action utilizing a randomized item distribution, characteristic of a rogue-lite game, and a system of strengthening by robbing cores from enemies.
This game is sure to provide players with a fresh, new experience.

■ “Grab, hurl, and eliminate!”
This is not just some ordinary hack-and-slash game, but also includes elements of a beat’ em up!
You can grab enemies and use them as a shield, hurl them against others, or even smash them into a wall to deal damage.

■ Devastating Battles Against A Multifarious Fleet of Bosses
Rona will be facing numerous bosses who try to thwart her efforts.
Rona will be tormented by the various skills utilized by these bosses.
But, by defeating a boss, Rona can obtain its skills and use it to go against even stronger bosses.

■ An Interactive Story and Quest
You, the gamer, will be controlling Rona remotely from earth. You and Rona will be meeting and assisting many NPCs, with each encounter taking you one step closer to the truth behind the rebellion.
What exactly happened that day in the spacecraft… You, as not just a player, but as a key character of this game, are soon to find out.

Metallic Child releases September 16th for Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4.

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Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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