Ground Zero: Texas – Nuclear Edition announced for PS4, PC

The latest in Screaming Villains' full motion video game re-releases.

Ground Zero: Texas - Nuclear Edition

Screaming Villains has announced Ground Zero: Texas – Nuclear Edition for PlayStation 4 and PC (Steam). It will launch on March 2. Limited Run Games will open pre-orders for a PlayStation 4 physical edition starting January 22.

Ground Zero: Texas is a full motion video game first released for Sega CD in November 1993.

Here is an overview of the game, via Screaming Villains:

The chopper kicks up dust as it sets down. Through the haze of dirt and grit you make out El Cadron, a shabby, little Texas border town. It looks quiet enough, but folks have been disappearing. As a tactical weapons expert, you soon discover it’s crawling with aliens disguised as humans. Welcome to Ground Zero Texas. Armed with four BattleCams outfitted with a particle beam that stuns the aliens and a RoverCam used to search out the Reticulan weapon stash, you’re into a sci-fi, wild west gun fest.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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