Arabian Nights-inspired 'City of Brass' launches on Xbox One in May
Get ready to fight through an Arabian city soon.
Today, Uppercut Games announced that its Arabian Nights-inspired first-person adventure called City of Brass will launch on May 4, 2018 on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. The game is already playable on Steam Early Access. Uppercut Games consists of BioShock veterans who are masters at creating deadly cities with numerous secrets.
According to the studio, City of Brass is set in a mythological metropolis undone by its love of gold. The game follows a cunning thief who wants to obtain a fabled treasure hidden in the heart of the opulent ruins. Armed with a bullwhip and blade, players will lash-and-slash their way through the legions of damned souls that haunt this legendary labyrinth while pilfering relics and other riches contained within its walls.
After every death, the streets shift to ensure that no two playthroughs are ever the same. The game features "rogue-lite" mechanics so after every playthrough you're just that much more experienced for the next run.
The whip is an important weapon because, not only is it used to disarm, trip and stun enemies, but it also allows you to swing to safety or capture objects that are out of reach. You can also use the whip to trigger traps. Let's say you see a Prince of Persia-like spike trap on the ground with an enemy close to it, you can hit it with the whip and instantly kill the foe.
City of Brass also features optional modifiers which can tweak everything from player health to damage output. This system also extends to Mixer where viewers can interact with streamers by griefing them with additional enemy spawns or helping them out with a gold drop or healing items.
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Once again Asher Madan try to mislead and misinform the reader here...
Either way based on your own logic this is misleading readers and consumers.
To think that you already complained about "media bias"... smh
I mean I don't really care about it until you said it was misleading people.
So if you consider that misleading why you are doing it and why do you do stuff that you believe mislead people? It's a question of morality and respect. Will you disrespect and mislead people just because someone tells you to do it?
If my superior or boss tells me to lie to someone I just won't blindly do it. It's about having a bit of morality. Having my own beliefs...
"I completely agree with you. The press release we received saying that Far Cry 5 was out barely mentioned Xbox One or Xbox One X. [...]
I understand marketing but at this point it's just misinformation."
Do you need a link for that? Isn't misinform a synonym to mislead?
http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/misinform Act more civilized?
Are you kidding?
Can you quote where exactly I was being uncivilized? Come on, please do it. I've quoted your title not the content of the article and that's why I mentioned it. And talking of being civilized. I can't believe such a statement is coming from you. Aren't you one of the guy who used to run ICXM? Aren't you the one who used to delete posts that were criticizing XB or talking positively about the competition? Aren't you the one who used to edit that criticised MS to something like "XB is the best" or "I'm an idiot" or you would just post their IP address?
So that's why I can't believe what you posted. I'll just say good thing we are on windowscentral where people are not allowed to do anything... See, like I said I don't mind not seeing PC or PS4. I don't mind if you guys are pro MS/XB but what I can't understand is how you could have such opinions on marketing deals being "misinformation" or on possible bias when you're basically doing the same.