The next generation of fighting games, ‘Archeblade’

24 Aug 2012  by   Press Release

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Seoul, Korea, August 24, 2012 – Do you like to play fighting games such as Street fighter, Tekken, or Mortal Kombat? Imagine that you play this genre games in third person view.

CodeBrush Games is an independent game development company that consists with 12 developers. Their debut title ‘ArcheBlade’ is free to play and it will be serviced via Steam on March, 2013.

“Users will experience next generation of fighting game by playing ArcheBlade”, said S.B Jin, CEO of CodeBrush Games. “The average gameplay time is only 10 to 20 minutes. We are aiming for users who play a game for an hour per day. I wish our game would be a stress-less and a fun game for those users”.

ArcheBlade is a third-person view fighting game that users play along with multiple players in real time. Users control one of 10 characters for now, each with strong personality based on a fantasy novel ‘Archeblade’.

Key features of ArcheBlade: 
Strong story line: The game is based on a fantasy novel ‘ArcheBlade’. A well-structured story line gives users a motivation to play the game. Various characters are related to each other as enemies and friends.

Battle grounds: Each map has its own game mode such as Team Deathmatch, Capture the Pylon, Free for All.

Combo skills: It uses total 9 keyboard buttons and mouse left and right clicks. Combine these keys, users make their own moves and combos to against the opponents.

The game is currently available only for Windows. The closed-beta test will be held on August 30, 2012 PDT. You can participate in the test by simple registering process. Get your beta key first, before its release date:

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