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Konsui Fighter Hands-On Preview (SGC 2013) - The Koalition

The Koalition writes: "Fighting games have surely made a major resurgence near this end of this console generation, with the reboot of Mortal Kombat, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and many others - but what about handheld gaming devices? More specifically, what about mobile devices? Circean Studios, a small Kansas City-based development team, was at this year's ScrewAttack Game Convention to show off their debut game, Konsui Fighter. The game is set to release early Fall 2013 for Android devices, with iOS and Windows-based mobile devices at a later point. At SGC I not only got the chance to play the game for a while and try different things out, but I also got to sit down with Shayne Helms, Lead Director, and Logan Jensen, Head of PR & Marketing." (Konsui Fighter, Mobile)

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