Go Fight Fantastic! will release in 2023, features an adorable space-dog called Captain Bowie

Go Fight Fantastic! has an easy sell. This co-operative hack 'n' slash game has a beautiful visual style for starters, the adventure is set across a wonderfully weird Bird Planet – which is, you know, a planet inhabited by giant talking birds – and the leader of your crew of interstellar smugglers is a space-dog called Captain Bowie. And yes, Captain Bowie is wearing an adorable little captain's uniform. 

Like we said, an easy sell, and we're eager to learn more about the mission to save Bird Planet from Captain Bowie when Go Fight Fantastic! launches on Steam in 2023. 

This upcoming brawler is the debut experience from Dinomite Games, an independent outfit operating out of Uppsala, Sweden. The studio appears to be creating something special here, with grassroots support for this hand-drawn hack and slash leading to a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2020. 

Go Fight Fantastic! is now almost ready for launch, arriving with support for up-to three player co-op, not to mention a wide variety of movesets to learn and upgrade as you work to defeat an invading alien army. 

As we saw in the Future Games Show Spring Showcase Powered by the Turtle Beach Stealth Pro, Go Fight Fantastic! will also feature a more competitive Horde Mode should you and your friends want to show off your skills and make a play for leaderboard domination. 

We'll be able to do all that and more when Go Fight Fantastic! releases later this year, and you'll want to add the game to your Steam Wishlist to get notified on future updates and a firm launch date. 

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Josh West
Editor-in-Chief, GamesRadar+

Josh West is the Editor-in-Chief of GamesRadar+. He has over 15 years experience in online and print journalism, and holds a BA (Hons) in Journalism and Feature Writing. Prior to starting his current position, Josh has served as GR+'s Features Editor and Deputy Editor of games™ magazine, and has freelanced for numerous publications including 3D Artist, Edge magazine, iCreate, Metal Hammer, Play, Retro Gamer, and SFX. Additionally, he has appeared on the BBC and ITV to provide expert comment, written for Scholastic books, edited a book for Hachette, and worked as the Assistant Producer of the Future Games Show. In his spare time, Josh likes to play bass guitar and video games. Years ago, he was in a few movies and TV shows that you've definitely seen but will never be able to spot him in.