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Key features:
- Craft a sword to your tastes
Any new power added to your sword change its appearance in one way or another. No two swords will play or look the same.
- 3 large levels to explore
Brand borrows elements from the Metroidvania genre, offering large explorable non-linear levels and the ability to choose which quests you want to do and in which order.
- High production value
Brand boasts some of the most stunning 3D graphics ever seen on the XBLIG marketplace and a polished gameplay experience with incredible replay value.
- Avatar Support
You can choose to either play as the default hero or as your avatar.  See what it looks like when your avatar slices through mobs and wield that custom made sword of yours!
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