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Six Arms, Nine Screens: Asura's Wrath at Gamescom

Posted on Friday, August 19 @ 11:12:36 PST by

I don't know a whole lot about Asura's Wrath. I know there's a guy. I know he has many arms. I know he fights other guys. I know there's a lot of yelling, growling, and, of course, punching. These are things I know and these are things I like.

So, let's take a look at these screens and see if we can't figure out something else to know. I guess they both look like Super Saiyans powering up. And I bet they're screaming at each other. If they're not, someone tell them to close their mouths before a fly gets in there.

Hmmm, not much else huh? We'll see if anything more pops up at Gamescom. Be sure to stick with GameRevolution. We've already got an appointment with Capcom lined up at PAX, so we'll be sure to ask if Asura's Wrath runs 256 episodes, only 45 of which are worth watching.

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