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Submitted by john2 1029d ago | news

Sui Genesis shows the future of action-RPG games; procedural animated movement and combat system

DSOGaming writes: "Fact: indie developers usually try new things to offer in order to attract gamers. Fact: triple-A studios usually play it safe instead of trying to revolutionize a genre. Fact: Kickstarter has given developers the ability to be original and rely on their fans. So, today we bring you a new gameplay video of Sui Genesis, a new open world action-RPG that features procedural movement and combat system, and promises to be the next big thing in that flooded genre." (PC, Sui Genesis)

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rdgneoz3  +   1029d ago
The concept looks pretty nice, just needs a bit more polish (it is only pre-alpha so not bad so far). My first thought when seeing the character movements was Ragdoll Kung-Fu.

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