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Sine Mora blows up XBLA on March 21

Grasshopper Manufacture and Digital Reality co-developed shmup Sine Mora to mix up the genre...or make us explode into flames over and over. We're finally going to get our hands on this beautiful game on March 21, for the price o...

 
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We're less than a month away from Sine Mora

Xbox Live Arcade is getting Sine Mora, the shmup from Digital Reality and Grasshopper Manufacture, next month. By way of a community contest to see who could guess the release date, we've found out that it's due out on March 21, 2012. I can...

 
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Compare the difficulty modes of Sine Mora

Here's a lovely video we received for the upcoming collaboration between Digital Reality and Grasshopper Manufacture, Sine Mora. It gives a visual demonstration of what the difference is between playing Sine Mora at its normal difficu...

 
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Sine Mora screenshots continue to look great

Sine Mora's newly found exclusivity to Xbox Live Arcade disappointed some, but as others pointed out, at least the game has a publisher now. That is very much a good thing. Speaking of good things, that spider robot letting out bullets in a...

 
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Sine Mora is now exclusive to Xbox Live Arcade

Despite being discussed for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network, shmup Sine Mora has been scooped up by publisher Microsoft Studios. You know what that means: the game is now an XBLA exclusive. No update has been given on a price or re...

 
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TGS: Sine Mora is the game I've been waiting for too long

Looking at images and reading about Sine Mora has excited me little, as a shmup fan. Western developers don’t understand and respect the classics of the genre enough to make a good one, so I thought Digital Reality were no different....

 
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Hands on with Sine Mora

Grasshopper Manufacture has been a busy little studio of late. Hot off the heels of Shadows of the Damned, it has Lollipop Chainsaw in the works for Warner Brothers, and has teamed up with Digital Reality on not one, but two downloadable ti...

 
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Preview: Sine Mora

When a colorful "diesel punk" shoot 'em up enters the fray, you start to pay attention. When that game is co-developed by Digital Reality (Imperium Galactica, Haegemonia) and Grasshopper Manufacture (Killer 7, Shadows of the Damned), your e...

 
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Grasshopper's Sine Mora gets first trailer

Grasshopper and Digital Reality have joined forces for Sina Mora, a new shooter coming to Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network. It features music by Akira Yamaoka, and it looks really nice.  Here's the very first trailer for t...

 

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