Asura’s Wrath

Asura’s Wrath is an action Beat’em up video game developed for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 by CyberConnect2 and published by Capcom. The game is available in Japan, North America, and Europe, was released in Q1 2012. Asura’s Wrath is powered by Unreal Engine 3.

After getting deceived and thrown out from the heavens by his own kind, After 12,000 years lost in the abyss, Asura the fallen has returned. They took everything, but the fires of revenge burn within. Rage never dies. They will feel his wrath. 

The game is inspired or say takes elements from Asian mythology and fused them with science fiction. The story starts when a revered deity, gets betrayed by his own fellow deities, deities kidnaps Asura’s daughter and then banish Asura from the mortal world, Asura after getting thrown out of his own mortal world by his fellow gods marks his return after 12,000 years with the fires of revenge burn within. Consumed by anger at the wrong done he has suffered and profanities revenge, Asura determines he can use this ferocity to his lead and turn it against his foes. Asura’s Wrath comes apart into different sections with gameplay and narrative recitation as one and building to a final climatic conclusion.

Asura’s wrath narrates an innovative story and setting. The game features a complete new type of relentless action. Asura’s wrath seamlessly blends action with narrative and adopts an episodic nature much like a television drama series.

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Posted on July 16, 2012, in Action-adventure Games, Console Game, PS3, XBOX360 and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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