Re: Yatagarasu (werktitel) [e-shop awesomeness]
- Ben er echter bang voor dat 'ie geen online modus zal hebben.
- Ziet er prima uit, maar even in de gaten houden.
- Titel: Yatagarasu
Genre: 2D fighter
Developer: Circle Edge (ex-SNK)
August 23, 2012 â€“ Nicalis, in collaboration with Circle Edge, proudly announces fighter â€œYatagarasuâ€ (final name and release date TBD) bound for the West! Created by a three-man team (past credits include King of Fighters), Yatagarasu rocks hard with classic 2D fighting action and tournament-level depth.
Developed over four years, Yatagarasu was originally released in 2011 as a Japan-only title. Art direction and character design by fan-favorite artist Styleos, game design and balance by ex-SNK designer Umezono and game engine by Shizaâ€“the three-man team makes up Circle Edge. Yatagarasu also features a unique optional commentator system that mimics the tournament trash talk experience.
- Eight playable characters
- Single and 2P Vs. modes
- Training and Replay modes
- Four-button attack system with Parry System
- Character design by Styleos
- Classic 2D hand drawn sprites
- Original soundtrack
Yatagarasu continues Nicalisâ€™ collaborative domination with some of the best developers in the world. Previously Nicalis has teamed up with Studio Pixel (Cave Story), Nicklas Nygren (NightSky), Terry Cavanagh (VVVVVV) and Sophie Houlden (Swift Stitch).
About Nicalis, Inc.
Based in extra sunny Southern California, Nicalis, Inc. is a developer and publisher of pretty awesome downloadable games ranging from PC to console to mobile. Founded in 2007, Nicalis is committed to working with other developers on great games. Nicalis, Inc. is also releasing NightSky (Nintendo 3DS and iOS) and publishing 1001 Spikes (also playable at PAX Prime). For more information on Nicalis, visit our rad HTML5 site at: http://www.nicalis.com and letâ€™s be friends on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nicalis
About Circle Edge
Based in Japan, Circle Edge is comprised of a small group of highly trained experts in fighting game design. As itâ€™s first game, Yatagarasu represents the culmination of knowledge from developing multiple fighting and action games.