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Sudeki Xbox Screens & Facts!
10/21/03

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Microsoft Fact Sheet

Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios

Developer: Climax

Street Date: Spring 2004

Price: $49.99

Rating: Mature

A sultry wizardress … a soaring gunslinger … a powerful swordsman … a dark huntress. These four heroes are about to be hurtled over the edge into a flight filled with darkness. Sudeki will push the limits of what you think an RPG can be, with bigger worlds, more powerful heroes, and sexier heroines—all wrapped up in Hong Kong-style cinematic combat. And, all of this is only possible on Xbox.

Set in a world ripped apart by deceit, the heroes of Sudeki journey down a twisting path of betrayal, gravity-defying combat, and unbelievable magic. All they can rely on is themselves. No one is to be trusted. No one is to be spared.

Features:

- Cinematic-style, real-time combat: Enjoy dozens of moves, slow-motion bullet time, earth-shattering spells, and hundreds of destructive melee and ranged weapons.

- Massive cooperative super strikes: Characters combine forces to devastate legions of foes.
A horde of more than 100 enemies: Encounter everything from deadly dread spiders to massive battle fortresses.

- Battle as a team of four fierce heroes: Your team includes a beautiful and deadly sorceress, a steam-punk gunslinger, a powerful man-at-arms, and a shape-shifting huntress.

- Forge your heroes into legends: Build their skills, spell arsenal, weapons cache, and powers.

- Immense worlds to explore and tame: Environments are filled with hundreds of NPCs, cunning enemies, and twists and turns fraught with danger.

- Custom next-generation graphics engine: Built from the ground up for Xbox, this graphics engine features detailed facial animation, bump-mapping, complex lighting, and awesome scale.

 

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