Giants: Citizen Kabuto is a third-individual shooter computer game with continuous technique components.
It was the main task for Planet Moon Studios, which comprised of previous Shiny Entertainment representatives who had dealt with the game MDK in 1997. Giants went through four years of improvement before Interplay Entertainment distributed it on December 7, 2000, for Microsoft Windows; a Mac OS X port was distributed by MacPlay in 2001, and the game was likewise ported to the PlayStation 2 soon thereafter.
In the game, players assume responsibility for a solitary character from one of three humanoid competitions to either finish the story in single-player mode or to challenge different parts in online multiplayer matches. They can choose vigorously outfitted Meccaryns furnished with stream packs, or land and/or water capable spell-projecting Sea Reapers; the game’s caption, “Citizen Kabuto”, alludes to the last selectable race, a roaring behemoth who can execute earthshaking wrestling assaults to pummel its adversaries. The single-player mode is outlined as a successive story, putting the player through a progression of missions, a few of which test the player’s reflexes in real life game-like riddles.
Game pundits lauded Giants for its cutting edge designs on Windows PCs, a comical story, and effectively mixing various types. Reactions zeroed in on devastating programming bugs and the absence of an in-game save highlight. The control center variant amended a portion of the blemishes found in the PC renditions, at the expense of eliminating a few highlights. The game at first sold ineffectively for Windows and PlayStation 2; be that as it may, it sold well a short time later, and acquired a faction following.