The dieselpunk love child of studios Grasshopper Manufacturer and Digital Reality, Sine Mora, has raised the bar of their design credibility with the addition of a popular anime artist, Mahiro Maeda. Maeda has contributed mechanical designs to the project, which the game's boss battles will be based off of. He's probably most famous in the states for the animated sequences of Quentin Tarantino's, Kill Bill Vol 1. Maeda is also revered for his work on Neon Genesis Evangelion, The Animatrix, and Blue Submarine No. 6.
I'm really curious to see the results of this Japanese/Hungarian shoot-em-up. Instead of each studio working on the same parts together, they are each contributing different aspects of the game. I typically don't dig too far in Xbox Live Arcade titles, but now that Sine Mora is an exclusive, I think it's about time.
As much as we've been talking up Sine Mora, I figured one more post couldn't hurt. The shoot-'em-up has finally released on PlayStation Network for both Vita and PlayStation 3 as a $9.99 download. These are separate versions...more
As a shmup enthusiast and Grasshopper Manufacture zealot I was pretty vexed to hear that Sine Mora would be exclusive to the Xbox 360. Not only did that mean that I'd personally miss out on the game, but a large swathe of the...more
Digital Reality and Kalypso have released the gorgeous horizontal shoot-'em-up Sine Mora on Steam today for $9.99. There were certainly some of you who called for a PC version to happen, so here's hoping that wasn't just tal...more