Atlus’s The Cursed Crusade Shows Off Some Brutal Combat In This New Video

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The team at Atlus is at again with their last title The Cursed Crusade. The game is set against the backdrop of the Old World, two adventurers–both seasoned warriors–will quest across a Western Europe ablaze with the turmoil of a newly begun Fourth Crusade. Denz, a holy Templar, and Esteban, a roguish mercenary, may have different origins, but their motivations are the same: amidst the danger and despair of a new Crusade, to find the means to deliver themselves from a terrible curse that threatens to consume their immortal souls. But nothing comes without a price right?  The combat in this game looks awesome, at first glance reminds me of Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood with the way he is linking kill blows together.

thecursedcrusadeps3boxartKey Features

  • The Old World Burns–Embark on a contentious quest for retribution spanning five chapters and 40 missions that promises to bring fire, death, and destruction to the great cities of medieval Europe.
  • A Templar Cursed–Transform the world around you into a flaming red vision of Hell, increasing your strength and your ability to perceive hidden things, all at the expense of your humanity.
  • Brotherhood of Steel–Split-screen or online, recruit a friend to assume control of the thief, Esteban, to join in the excitement of shared adventure.
  • Intense, visceral 3rd-person action–Easy to grasp yet deep in its execution, a weapon-based combat engine features over 90 combos, dozens of weapons, and a timing-based counter system.

The Cursed Crusade is currently scheduled to release in Summer 2011 for PS3, 360, and PC. For more information, visit the official website: www.thecursedcrusade.com.

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