Friday: Teenage Mutant Ninja Rabbits

Aubrey Serr of Wolfire Games demonstrates how two highly-skilled ninja rabbits would face off in mortal combat.

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When deciding how to describe Overgrowth two touchstones leap to mind: Watership Down and Assassin's Creed. In this action-adventure game, you control an acrobatic ninja rabbit who is as nimble as he is deadly. Of course, his enemies are equally deadly, with all the same skills and abilities as the player. In the vein as the Ninja Gaiden series, victory comes from keen combat awareness and execution. Aubrey Surr of developer Wolfire Games joins us to demonstrate the game's locomotion and combat--both armed and unarmed. If you like what you see, be sure to check out the game's official site, as well as its predecessor, Lugaru.

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