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Sudeki

Platform(s): PC, Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: Zoo Publishing
Developer: Climax

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'Sudeki' (Xbox) - Screens

by Rainier on Nov. 4, 2003 @ 3:54 p.m. PST

Employing gorgeous visuals tied to an imaginatively crafted world, Sudeki offers gamers the classic RPG adventure with plenty of new twists and features that will attract even the most jaded RPG fan. The well-developed combat system keeps the pace fresh and exciting while significant character customisation and NPC interaction provide depth and long-term addiction. Cinematic-style, real-time combat with dozens of moves, slow-motion bullet time, earthshaking spells and hundreds of destructive melee attacks.

Set in a world ripped apart by deceit, Sudeki sets its heroes on a twisting path of betrayal, gravity-defying combat and unbelievable magic. All they can rely on is themselves. No one is to be trusted. No one is to be spared.

Features :

  • Cinematic-style real-time combat featuring dozens of moves, slow-motion bullet-time, earth-shattering spells and hundreds of destructive melee and ranged weapons
  • Massive cooperative super-strikes where characters combine to devastate legions of foes
  • A horde of over 100 enemies from deadly dread-spiders to massive battle fortresses
  • Battle as a team of four fierce heroes: a beautiful and deadly sorceress, a steam-punk gunslinger, a powerful man-at-arms and a shape-shifting huntress.
  • Forge your heroes into legends as you build their skills, spell arsenal, weapons cache, and powers.
  • Immense worlds to explore and tame filled with hundreds of NPCs, cunning enemies and twists and turns fraught with danger.
  • Custom next-generation graphics engine built from the ground up for Xbox featuring detailed facial animation, bump-mapping, complex lighting and awesome scale.

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