Yay! A side-scrolling shoot-'em-up! The only place you can find such adventures these days is online in the digital realm.

And Grasshopper Manufacture and Digital Reality are teaming up to deliver a very artistic and downright zany title to the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, and PC. It's called Sine Mora and it's slated to arrive some time this winter. If you're wondering, the title translates literally to "without delay." …cool.

It's Grasshopper's first collaborative effort with Hungarian developer Digital Reality. The game is being described as traditional genre gameplay enhanced by "time manipulation mechanics." It'll also support 3D for everyone with such capability. Grasshopper is working on Lollipop Chainsaw for consoles, while Digital Reality is cranking on another downloadable title, Skydrift , a combat/racing game. And here's the Sine Mora trailer.

Yeah, no gameplay but it still looks interesting. If you want top-quality experiences that still utilize old-school gameplay, you gotta check things out online; your other option is handheld devices.

P.S. Anyone else get a Matrix-y vibe from the end of that video?

Related Game(s): Sine Mora

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Temjin001
Temjin001
11 years ago

I like it. And yeah, the whole robotic tentacle thing has a matrix thing going on. That, or something out of one of highlander's naughty anime movies =p

Graphics look pretty nice too.
And so does this video.
http://www.wimp.com/gamesrealistic/?dsk=1&mobi=1
Makes me wonder what kind of future there may be in te coming years.

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
11 years ago

I agree, the graphics looked great, and even on Digital reality's other game, SkyDrift, also.

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
11 years ago

Temjin001,
Thanks for that link.

I hope they wind up selling a whole lot of those development kits to gaming company's.

Can you imagine having Naughty Dog using that Floating Atom tech for Uncharted 4, just wow!

BikerSaint
BikerSaint
11 years ago

Hey Temjin,
Have you seen the new Digital Foundry Q&A article on that Atom developer that just came out today???
If not, here it is….

DF: Tech Focus: Euclideon's Unlimited Detail

Is it real, is it actually anything new, or is just it vapourware?

The release this week of an Unlimited Detail technology demo from new company Euclideon has been met with a mixture of positivity about the quality of the results and scepticism on its application in contemporary video games.

http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/tech-focus-unlimited-detail-technology

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
11 years ago

That was Zany?

Oyashiro
Oyashiro
11 years ago

Looks great! We can never have to many shoot em' ups!

sunspider13
sunspider13
11 years ago

That is a must buy for me. I just got the new Galaga today. I didn't realize it is THIRTY years old this year. Man I felt old, well just for a minute, lol.

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