first_imgIn the game you’ll find a solid single-player experience where the player is offered assassination missions which must be carried out before escaping with your life. In return you receive payment, with the cash being used to purchase better and/or different weapons opening up more missions.SMAC Games is actually two brothers, and Tokyo 42 will be the first title publisher Mode 7 is releasing. It should hit the ground running, though. The visual style will attract gamers, as will the intriguing gameplay, but Mode 7 has secured a simultaneous release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC early next year.Here’s a behind-the-scenes video where the SMAC brothers explain how the game has been put together.Now… where’s that pre-order button? <> The gaming media is always focused on what’s next for new consoles and how well games run on existing hardware. What’s the frames per second? Is it 1080p? What does the PS4 achieve that Xbox One doesn’t? But every generation of hardware sees games released where you don’t really care about that because the game looks “different” in a nice and refreshing way. For example, Katamari Damacy, Rez, Noby Noby Boy, and every game Fumito Ueda has touched (Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, The Last Guardian).Well, early next year we’re going to get another one of those games released courtesy of London-based developer SMAC Games. It’s called Tokyo 42 and you can see the trailer for this beautiful game below:Tokyo 42 is an isometric cyberpunk open world action game set in a futuristic Tokyo where the player takes on the role of a freelance assassin. The gameplay is inspired by both Syndicate and the original Grand Theft Auto, and presents it in a unique and very colorful world.SMAC Games is promising bullet physics, realistic crowd simulation, and jumping with air control, all of which play key roles in your attempts to sneak around being a stealthy assassin. And yes, there is going to be multiplayer, too.last_img

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