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    Beat em up, Bladed Fury announced coming this Fall

    PM Studios in collaboration with NExT Studios announces Bladed Fury coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch this Fall. An intense beat ‘em up 2D side-scrolling action game, Bladed Fury is based on Chinese myths and legends and features a sophisticated, stylized aesthetic to match.

    Based on Chinese art style

    Based on both true stories and legends of the Warring States period in ancient China, Bladed Fury integrates enchanting music with spectacular, unique Chinese ancient art and a whimsical style to create a magnificent scrolling backdrop of this formative era in Asian history. In addition to historical elements, Bladed Fury incorporates sci-fi details, such as weapons like a mechanical arm and a machine gun that the players may acquire as the game progresses.

    Bladed Fury gameplay revolves around a fierce beat ‘em up the fighting system with a 2D side-scrolling perspective, while also incorporating role-playing elements such as levelling and questing. The game’s original soul system lets players obtain enemies’ souls after defeat to strengthen the player. Additionally, dual weapon switching, flying props rebound, absolute defence, and other systems allow players to master the rhythm of combat. With a smooth progression of fighting experience, Bladed Fury emphasizes skill and strategy; players must master a variety of different skills and strategies to beat enemies and monsters. The game also features puzzles, maze, and runner modes to enrich the player’s experience.

    Features as shared on Steam

    – Unique art style with mysterious Chinese elements.
    – Fluid combat experience and style that’s easy to learn but difficult to master.
    – The Soul Sliver system adds depth and changes the pace, making combat more exciting.

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