After nearly 4 years in development, developer Turbo Studios and publisher GungHo Online Entertainment finally launched Super Senso in North America a couple of days back. Originally set to be published by Nexon, publishing duties were changed to GungHo apparently due to the long development time. Super Senso is a turn-based strategy game featuring giant cartoon-styled robots.
Similar to popular mobile games such as Clash Royale, Super Senso focuses on synchronous, ranked PvP matches, which means both players are playing live. Some elements, such as the treasure chest and card system, might seem a little familiar. Turbo Studios claimed the inspiration for Super Senso came from Advance Wars, one of the most popular games on the Game Boy Advance.
On polygonal 3D battlefields, each PvP match starts with players controlling one SENSO, a powerful hero critical to determining the outcome of the fight. Players call on additional support troops to sway the tide of battle by building an army that can include armored tanks, zombies, fighter jets, dinos, and cats, all of which vary in movement ability, attack strength, and defense ratings.