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'Cipher Complex' (PS3/X360) Canceled By SEGA?

by Rainier on July 30, 2009 @ 12:59 p.m. PDT

Cipher Complex, the first completely original title from Edge of Reality, is an intense, cinematic military combat game that will deliver a brutal shot of adrenaline straight to the hearts of next-generation gamers. Not heard of since 2007, some detective work by Superannuation points out that, according to producer Rob Brown, the game was quietly canceled by SEGA earlier this year.

Next generation military stealth genre gets a brutal, high-energy combat boost. Deadly assassinations and vicious adrenaline driven attacks take the ordinarily slow paced stealth genre to new levels of action and tension.

The player takes tactical control of the flow of time in the game through adrenaline powered mechanics; moments where the player moves so fast that time stands still. Powerful dashing attacks are unleashed in the blink of an eye, faster than the enemy can respond, and adrenaline powered attacks knock enemies flying with devastatingly effective sweeps of the player’s combat knife.

When a decommissioned Russian missile complex off the unforgiving coast of Siberia is assaulted by a mysterious militant faction and subsequent diplomatic inquires to Russia fail, Cipher is sent in to investigate. And so the crisis begins…

Cipher Complex is slated for release on the PS3 and Xbox 360 late 2007/early 2008.

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