Combining RTS and third-person action isn't enough for Gettysburg: Armored Warfare
, which also chooses to put miniguns into the hands of Confederate and Union forces, and zeppelins in the skies above the battlefields of the American Civil War. I've been eager to try out the multiplayer oddity ever since Jim first brought it to my attention
but I'd assumed I'd have to wait a lot longer. However, the game, built almost completely by one brave man, will be released for digital download on March 27th for $9.99. That's so close I can practically smell the gunpowder and moustache wax.