In the four videos embedded after the break, there seem to be at least three different game types: A Smash Brothers-like deathmatch; a graffiti mode that involves coloring blocks and collecting gold coins; and some sort of angel-basketball game you saw in Jim's earlier post. All these modes were detailed a few months ago, but it's nice to be able to put a face on some of them.
So far, the game has only been announced for Xbox Live Arcade, but Behemoth have already said that their future projects could go multi-platform (here's looking at you, Castle Crashers).
For a little more info and a quick chat with Behemoth artist (and all around swell dude) Dan Paladin, be sure to check out Colette's interview.
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