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Suda 51's next game is called Sine Mora


9:30 PM on 08.18.2010
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Digital Reality and Grasshopper Manufacture have announced a co-development partnership that will see a number of games come from duo. The first project from this union is called Sine Mora and is going to be a side-scroller with "unique time manipulation mechanics."

Additionally, the new game "takes advantage of the newest in 3D display technology to liver an horizontal side-scrolling shooter unlike any other." I'm still hesitant when it comes to 3D tech, but if anyone can pull of something good, it's the house that brought us No More Heroes.

Sine Mora will be out for the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.






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