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    Animated 2D scrolling RPG – Eastern Exorcist Chinese Opera Melee-Based Combat out now on PC and later on PlayStation

    Wildfire Game and bilibili announced Eastern Exorcist, brutal melee-based combat fueled adventure that plays out in a hand-drawn 2D environment, launched recently on Early Access on PC, with a PlayStation 4 release following on later down the line.

    Source: Video Game Showcase

    Eastern Exorcist sees players will take on the role of an exorcist who vanquishes demons with his sword. Fighting through a frame-by-frame animated world infested with demonic monsters, survival is a case of mastering control of said weapon, with combat as dazzling to watch in motion as it is devastating on your foe.

    According to Wildfire Game, Eastern Exorcist brings together worlds of melee-based combat with an authentic homage to Chinese Opera. It’s a fast and spectacular take on the action-adventure genre, with the developer setting out to bring a real sense of visual flair to each and every encounter in play.

    Eastern Exorcist is a game where the visuals perfectly marry with the action – The hand-drawn action flows perfectly with the combat, and we’ve tried to make it appear as rich and real on screen as it feels in the hands of the person playing it. It’s time for gamers to take on the game’s bevy of beasts.”

    Shaoyan Chen – co-founder of Wildfire Game

    Eastern Exorcist features:

    • Play as a skilled exorcist against chaotic evil to fight your way through the brutal world, and experience unforeseen entanglements of complex beings.
    • All hand-drawn Chinese ink painting style, with many atmospheric scenes.
    • Use your sword to execute demons and monsters with tactical combat mechanics in hand-drawn frame-by-frame action design.
    • Experience a complicated journey with joy and sorrow as an exorcist.
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