Ubisoft has confirmed that Wartech Senko no Ronde will be heading to European shelves on 27th May.

The Xbox 360 shooter was announced in last week's release schedule, and was listed to appear some time next month.

Wartech Senko no Ronde was released in Japan last month, and has been receiving decent reviews.

The game puts you up against increasingly enormous bosses in a beat-'em-up-style versus battle. The only difference being that you are a spaceship, rather than a person, and you use laser beams and missiles instead of karate chops and Van Damn spin kicks.

Unfortunately that's all we have to go by at the moment, although we expect the multiplayer options will make it past the translation stages.

The only other mover in the latest Ubisoft release schedule was Cosmic Family for Wii, which now has a fresh date of 29th June.

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