It's understandable that the words in the game "Sine Mora" are taken from Carl Orff's "O Fortuna", and they mean "Without Delay" in Latin.
Grasshopper Manufacture/Digital Reality shoot-'em-up collaboration dropping next month on Xbox Live for $15.
Sine Mora isn't far off. Grasshopper Manufacture and Digital Reality today announced that their shoot-'em-up arcade game will arrive exclusively on Xbox Live on March 21.
In addition to announcing the game's release date, the companies revealed that Sine Mora will cost 1,200 MS points, or $15, upon release.
The arcade-style game is being touted by the companies as traditional genre gameplay tweaked with time manipulation mechanics and support for 3D displays. The game was originally announced for the PlayStation 3, but that version was later canceled.
For more on Sine Mora, check out GameSpot's latest preview of the title.
A grasshooper game so it has to be a brawler to be a grasshopper game? Looks pretty crazy and wild to me. There are more vidoes of Sin Mora, google.
Microsoft bough this... Microsoft bough that... Sony brided them... Nintendo payed the bills... same thing each time a exclusivity is released. BUSINESS people, it's called business, video game industry wants profit. Just get both machines and problem solved (after almost 7 years most people complaining about exclusivity should do that)
I'm always in favor of really good arcade games. They're cheap, usually close to full retail in quality/length, and they give me something good to play between major releases. I'm playing Alan Wake's American Nightmare now and that game is almost as good as the original. Keep em comin'.
deathstream i loved Grasshoppers take on Zero Tsukihami no Kamen aka Fatal Frame 4 and yes Shadows of the Damned oo fun and funny but lacking in so meny ways
It looks like it was independently developed and was thus shown on both consoles, then MS agreed to publish it, so a PS3 version won't be happening. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like a real Grasshopper game. Shadows of the Damned was the best game released last year (best campaign- the overall package was sorely lacking the options we expect from a $60 game, especially new game+), but this game looks far more normal than one would expect from Grasshopper.
SolidTy pc maybe ps3 good luck Microsoft Game Studios has there name on it now so??? im guessing Microsoft paid em off??
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