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Obsidian Entertainment creates a retro Infinity Engine RPG funded by Kickstarter. Is it as good as previous Infinity Engine games, or does the novelty quickly wear off?
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Bungie Software proudly presents Oni - a single-player blend of action and adventure that combines the best elements of shooters and fighting games into a near-future epic featuring anime-style action and characters. Throughout breathtaking indoor and outdoor levels created by real- world architects, Oni's third-person vantage point casts gamers in the role of Konoko, a heroine with a vast arsenal of fighting moves- including kicks, punches, throws and combos, as well as finishing moves. But she can also wield powerful weapons- from machine guns to plasma cannons- as she maneuvers her way through an increasingly dark storyline. With the most fluid animation and control ever seen in a third-person title, Oni promises the smooth feel of a shooter, the visual richness of broad third-person perspective, and the frenetic combat of a fighting game, all combined for a uniquely satisfying gaming experience.