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"We were allowed to go as crazy as we wanted to" - Sine Mora developer Digital Reality

AATG writes: "Sine Mora may seem like something of a retro throwback to the bullet hell shmups of yesteryear, but the truth is, it's so much more. A joint venture between Hungarian developer and publishing outfit Digital Reality and Suda 51's Grasshopper Manufacture, Sine Mora boasts outstanding production values for a digital title, and for 15 bucks (just over a tenner), it's an absolute steal.

Garnering a glowing 5-star review here on AATG, we naturally wanted to delve a little deeper into Sine Mora, so at Wednesday's launch event at a hotel in London's Soho, we lassoed the game's Creative Director, Theodore Reiker and sat him down for a chat about how Sine Mora came about."

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SandwichHammock2519d ago

...but obviously not crazy enough to release it on PS3, you know, the platform you where demoing the game on again and again, up until a particular point. yeah.

Tai_Kaliso2519d ago

It was published by Microsoft, cant exactly put it on the PS3 when its published by a competing company.