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Following in the success of the Japanese version of the RPG, Emurasoft plans to bring the game over to the rest of the world.
""Most aspects of any other RPG are evident in ShadowFlare. You control a hero, who can level up by gaining experience through killing enemy units. Where the game differs is in the introduction of several unique features, including a unique character class system. "
Dorphen looks at a new kind of game - a thinking man's beat 'em up?
"So, what is Roboforge? Well, Roboforge is a kind of strategic beat-em-up style game that is probably quite different to anything you have played before. It is strategic in the sense you need to think a bit in order to succeed and it is a beat-em-up because you're designing gigantic robotic gladiators to enter into an arena to go one-on-one against an opponent. You do not control the robot in the actual fights - your pre-programmed AI and the game engine calculations will do all the fighting and you can watch the completed battle once it has finished. Battles can be saved once completed, and are surprisingly small, depending on the complexity of the battle 120-180 second fights are roughly 1MB. "
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