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In what is easily the most brutal and visceral Samurai Shodown installment ever produced, Edge of Destiny will take players back to the twilight days of Japan’s feudal Edo period as encroaching Western influences threaten to overrun the ancient, once-hidden culture of lords, serfs, and samurai

 

This trailer features aggressive gameplay alongside beautiful anime-style character illustrations by renowned series artist Senri Kita.  In Samurai Shodown: Edge of Destiny 13 familiar faces from past Samurai Shodown games (including Haohmaru, Nakoruru, and Ukyo) battle alongside 11 new fighters from all corners of the Earth to put an end to the aspirations of the villainous Golba.  Victory comes by any means necessary — even if it means ending a melee attack with grisly dismemberment or decapitations!

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