Following the first teaser trailer announcing the involvement of Mamoru Oshii, Capcom has posted the first 15 second live-action trailer for the Kinect-powered Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor game. Hit the jump for a glimpse of the action
Capcom is looking to make a huge splash with Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor for the Xbox 360 this Summer, so much so that they've enlisted the help of Ghost in the Shell director Mamoru Oshii to direct its companion short film in Steel Battalion Heavy Armor Gosha. Hit the jump for the teaser announcement.
With the 40-button controller no longer in the picture, some may wonder just how they'll be operating their Vertical Tanks in Capcom's Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor. Thankfully, we now have a tutorial trailer to teach us the finer points of motion-controlled warfare. Video after the jump!
It may not require dropping $200 on a monster, 40-button peripheral, but Capcom's Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor looks like it controls in its own interesting way. Powered by Xbox 360's Kinect motion control sensor, Heavy Armor has been dated for June 19 in North America, and June 22 in Europe. New trailer and more past the break.