Koei sends the first screenshots of its tactical role-playing videogame Soul Nomad (Soul Cradle Sekai o Kurau Mono in Japan), another child from the Nippon Ichi family. You will be in command of a powerful character, Gig, but will have to build an army because relying to much on his powers would destroy the world. Available in June (America) on the Playstation 2.
About SOUL NOMAD
When an enemy emerges that is far too powerful for the good guys to defeat you do the only decent thing and sell your soul to the devil. Well, actually to someone worse than the devil. You strike a deal with your old arch enemy. And in return for some truly awesome power you’re giving your soul away to him one little piece at a time. How much power you wield and how much of your own body you give up to the ultimate incarnation of evil is totally up to you.
With a full army at your disposal battles are now an exciting combination of vast grid based battlefields and nerve shredding real time combat. By making the best use of your battlefield recon reports you have complete freedom to place your squads and take advantage of the terrain and ultimately inflict embarrassing defeat upon anyone who stands in your way.
You have total freedom to create your own army of terror and bestow each unit with their own unique talents and abilities. You can even try to press gang innocent townsfolk into your army. The entire world is your playground and you can be as good or as bad as you like.
Soul Nomad is the latest Strategy RPG spectacular from Nippon Ichi and follows in the footsteps of hugely popular titles Makai Kingdom, Phantom Brave, and the critically acclaimed Disgaea series.
@scoobs0688: Go play multiplayer now and especially the new HORDE. I have played that for so many hours. I am forcing myself toi take a break now lol, it was eating my free time (46 minutes ago)
[url] man, the new micromachines actually looks good. who woulda thunk it. (1 Hour ago)
lol unshited as online competitive? don't make me laugh. (6 Hours ago)
I liked the first one. The cover system works okay in elimination deathmatch. I'm not a fan of sticky cover as a rule though. Especially now that many games have done contextual auto cover that works. (8 Hours ago)
I guess so? It's been a long time since I played one to be fair (9 Hours ago)
Yea.. that's what Gears of War is. (9 Hours ago)
also GOW looked interesting from some of the competitive matches I saw. But lots of weird sticky cover play (10 Hours ago)