Even if you're not into comic books, you must have heard of Joe Madureira back in 2010, when the first Darksiders game was released. It was developed by Vigil Games, a studio the famous artist had co-founded, but the demise of THQ precipitated the end of their collaboration. Madureira and some of his former coworkers could not leave it at that though, so they decided to open a brand new studio, Airship Syndicate. Battle Chasers: Nightwar is the result of their hard work, a love letter to comic books and turn-based J-RPGs that you'd be crazy to miss this week. Check out our videos inside.
Note: The minor frame drops you might see seem to be due to Mirillis Action!, as the game was running in 1440p when we recorded the first 4 videos.
Note 2: The last video shows the very first dungeon of the game in normal mode. The same dungeon can also be seen in our third extract, as we were playing in hard mode. As you may notice, dungeons are procedurally generated.
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