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 Pre-Alpha Footage of Sui Generis - preview
(hx) 02:07 PM EST - Nov,13 2012
Sui Generis is a new open world fantasy action-RPG being developed by Bare Mettle Entertainment that in their words is like "Grand Theft Auto meets Morrowind (Elder Scrolls III)". The title is unique in that it utilises procedural animations for it's combat system (which consist of both melee and ranged attacks). The game features an isometric (top-down) view and looks kinda like Dark Souls meets Diablo, which definitely bodes well for the title.

last 10 comments:
tride(03:32 PM EST - Nov,13 2012 )
Oh man, i just get mad when i see some dev's showing their engine and showing water.....reflections. FFS this tech is around fro 15 and more years, wtf are you showing exactly ?
Slow motion fight, reflective water effect ? What else you got ffs....

El_Coyote(05:59 PM EST - Nov,13 2012 )
Let's all be mad about an unreleased game like scrubs.

Baconnaise(01:24 AM EST - Nov,14 2012 )
It looks like they made an engine and the game is just a demo of the engine like UT or something. Seemed like the goal to me from the video. License the tools they made out to other devs with the game as an example.

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