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Grasshopper Unveils Diesel-Punk Shooter

| 5 Aug 2011 20:00

Grasshopper Manufacture is joining forces with Digital Reality to work on a new shoot-em-up game that looks like it's straight out of the Crimson Skies universe.

Side-scrolling shoot-em-up games can be a blast when done right. Grasshopper Manufacture, the studio behind cult favorites like No More Heroes and Shadows of the Damned has revealed that it's working on just such a project with Digital Reality.

Dubbed Sine Mora, the game's trailer is equal parts nonsensical narration (which, let's be honest, is kinda par for the course with Grasshopper) and lovely footage, though it's not clear if the footage is from cutscenes or actual gameplay. That said, based on the aircraft and level designs, the game looks like it's taking a lot of visual cues Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge.

This is the first time Grasshopper has worked with Digital Reality. The game is apparently going to feature standard gameplay for the genre, but will also include "time manipulation mechanics." Oh, and it'll also be 3D compatible.

Sine Mora will be released on PCs, Xbox Live, and the PlayStation Network.

Source: PSXExtreme

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