NVIDIA Tegra Android Game Wave Continues with Samurai II: Vengeance

February 24, 2011
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Welcome to the new age of mobile gaming. As you know, essentially starting with that RPG/overhead game Dungeon Defenders and moving on through a couple of GLU games and so forth, these are the games that are used by the processor pushers to show how amazing the devices they power can really be. This particular game, Samurai 2: Vengeance, is another of a separate wave of games to have been developed for iOS first then brought over to Android once it was found to be popular enough. That or because Android is more difficult to develop for for a game such as this, either way, here it is now.

This game is a birds-eye-view joystick and triple-button style story-based game that you'll be able to play "on NVIDIA Tegra based Android devices only." That means it's powerful. It's full of comic-book style graphics and blasts of +1s and x8s, more than you could ever want or need! We're looking very much forward to playing this game once we get it downloaded.

NOTE: Not only do you get the overhead view, each encounter with an enemy or puzzling situation gives you a different perspective, the best perspective for each moment. Thusly, you'll be immersed in this world further than you've ever been dipped into a game about Samurai before.

Gore, quick action, and loads of special moves you can do to blast through your enemies. Upgrade your skills as you gain experience and upgrade your health and skill combos by buying them. Between levels you'll find anime-style comic panels that bring your story to the forfront, all of this (including gameplay) at 60 frames per second on all Tegra 2 Devices. This game has been developed on the Unity 3D 3.2 engine, "the latest technology available on mobile devices."

Grab it right now at the Android Marketplace.

[via Madfinger Games]


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