Developed by Bandai Namco’s Tales team, Scarlet Nexus has appeared like an extraordinarily anime game since we first caught wind of it, and that’s a notion that’s bolstered by two new gameplay movies the writer launched at this time. They showcase two combat encounters, every that includes a completely different one of Scarlet Nexus’ characters. While they’re showcasing completely different units of expertise and combat approaches, each look like a lot of fun.
Scarlet Nexus is a ‘brain punk’ game about combating an otherworldly pressure known as the Others that feeds on human minds. In the primary video under, you’ll see hero Yuito Sumeragi tackle a beast known as the Slippy Chinery – it’s a twisted mass of wood antlers, mechanical humanoid limbs, and a massive tank full of oil.
The factor is, it’s additionally ephemeral, and so Yuito and his buddies have to make use of SAS talents simply to have the ability to see the place it’s. Once the battle pops off, it’s a fixed flurry of melee talents and specialised combat manoeuvers that always contain telekinetically pulling inanimate objects from across the area into the fracas to smash the creature.
Here’s that encounter:
In the second, Kasane Randall and firm make their method via a museum, encountering a number of nightmarish abominations and smashing them with telekinesis. Entering one room, Kasane is confronted by a number of long-legged ‘Buddy Rummies,’ which she dispatches by wrenching a chandelier off the ceiling and spinning it via the enemies like a blender blade.
It all looks extraordinarily cool, and the open query is how fun it can really be to play. On the one hand, including telekinetic pulls to the proper and left triggers and utilizing the sticks so as to add motions may really feel implausible, however there’s additionally the hazard of these inputs feeling an excessive amount of like Quicktime occasions.
In any case, we’ll discover out quickly: the Scarlet Nexus release date is nearly two months away.