I've been following Brigador (previously Matador) for over a year now and it's been consistently great looking.

Its highly detailed isometric art resembles the PC strategy games of my youth, but its visual effects, destructible environments, and killer electronic soundtrack root it strongly in the present.

Brigador's real-time tactical vehicle combat puts you in control of a variety of tanks and mechs and sets you loose in a range of locations, from industrial zones to suburban neighborhoods. You get to pick your pilot, your loadout, and your vehicle of destruction.

The game will launch with 15 vehicles and 25 weapons when it goes live on Steam Early Access on October 20th, but will contain twice as much once it officially launches sometime in early 2016.

Read more on its official website.