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Submitted by ian86 927d ago | interview

Project Awakened Seeks To Evolve Superhero Video Games [Developer Interview] | ShogunGamer

Ian Fisher writes: Developed by the Chicago based team at Phosphor Games, Project Awakened is a long gestating superhero title that is trying to break new ground within the action genre. Aside from featuring the pre-requisite things such as engaging action, featuring both melee and long ranged abilities, Project Awakened allows gamers to literally create their hero from the bottom up – right down to which abilities they’re wield in combat.

To discuss the finer points of Project Awakened, Phosphor Games’ Studio Director Chip Sineni fills Shogun Gamer in on what the game is doing to differentiate itself from other titles in the action genre. (Next-Gen, PC, Project Awakened)

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