1. Sine Mora [PSN]

Re: Sine Mora [PSN]

Dit is een genre dat ik vaarwel heb gezegd sinds de dreamcast.
Het voelt aan als werken :lol:

Dude, you can't be serious :lol:
Met een arcadestick kan het toch awesome zijn juist?
  • Dit is een genre dat ik vaarwel heb gezegd sinds de dreamcast.
    Het voelt aan als werken :lol:

    Dude, you can't be serious :lol:
    Met een arcadestick kan het toch awesome zijn juist?
  • Dit is een genre dat ik vaarwel heb gezegd sinds de dreamcast.
    Het voelt aan als werken :lol:

  • I realize that a poster hardly makes for new information on a game, but when said poster is for a new Suda51 game and also happens to be made out of a rare material called "awesome," it warrants its own post. We get two versions, too! One with blurry super effects and one that lets us truly get a good look at the ship, the one I assume we will be piloting in the upcoming shmup.

    We now know a few more details than we did when Sine Mora was originally announced thanks to the Grasshopper Podcast. In it they discuss such riveting subjects as what Sine Mora means (&quot;without delay&quot<img alt=";)" src="/plugins/sceditor/emoticons/wink.png" />, a loose release window (one year), and what Grasshopper Manufacture is doing on the project (sound and art direction). They then dig into a bit about the gameplay and its interesting time aspects… by saying that the gameplay has interesting time aspects.

    I personally think that the 3D is the most interesting part here, as shmups seem to be one of the few genres that could really and truly benefit (and change) from the inclusion of the technology.

    Brrrrrron
  • Wat vage foto's van GC maar goed, iets is beter dan niets.



  • Titel: Sine Mora
    Genre: Side Scrolling Shooter
    Developer: Grasshopper / Digital Reality
    Bijzonderheid: Stereoscopic 3D support
    Release:
    :jap: 2011
    :usa: 2011
    :eur: 2011





    ~Links of interest~


    ~IG links of interest~
    De PSN-club
    De Shooter games club


    A new partnership was announced today at Gamescom between Hungarian developer Digital Reality and Japanese dev Grasshopper Manufacture. Announced along with this parternship is the first game that they are co-developing Sine Mora.

    Sine Mora is a new take on the old side-scrolling shooter genre. The mix-up this time has something to do with time manipulation. Suda 51, famed head of Grasshopper Manufacture, is excited about working together with Digital Reality stating, “We think we can strongly benefit from having an ally such as Digital Reality in the digital publishing realm, who can provide long term online publishing services to its partners, and to gamers.”

    Bron

    (zodra er meer info volgt wordt het topic aangevuld ^_^)

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