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The new CrossCode trailer shows off some seriously good action

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Ahead of the release on September 20th, the hype train is now rolling for CrossCode with a new trailer. It was needed to, as their other trailer was really quite old.

CrossCode is a retro-inspired 2D Action RPG set in the distant future, with you following Lea as she enters a futuristic MMO. So it's a game, within another game. What's interesting, is that Lea cannot speak at all!

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Originally funded on IndieGoGo back in 2015, I've been watching this one progress with a very keen eye. Everything about it seems so finely polished. The graphical style, the gameplay, literally everything and I was incredibly impressed with it when I last tried it out. Holding off until the final release is difficult with this one…

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tuubi 10 Sep, 2018
QuoteWhat's interesting, is that Lea cannot speak at all!
What? Silent protagonist in a game? What will they think of next! ;)


But seriously, the game has been on my wishlist for ages. It looks and sounds like an enjoyable ARPG. The pace looks a bit scary, but I hope it's just the way the trailer has been cut together.
Liam Dawe 10 Sep, 2018
tuubi
QuoteWhat's interesting, is that Lea cannot speak at all!
What? Silent protagonist in a game? What will they think of next! ;)
Well, it's not that she chooses to be silent. She literally can't speak.


Last edited by Liam Dawe on 10 September 2018 at 3:40 pm UTC
Code Artisan 10 Sep, 2018
The description of the game on its steam store page is really bad; nothing is said about the plot, the characters, the environment/world, ...
Furyspark 10 Sep, 2018
I've purchased this a while ago, but didn't want to play it until the full release. A bit silly, in hindsight, but it does look like it'll be worth the wait and the early purchase.
Gobo 10 Sep, 2018
2015? I could have sworn the game was on my radar for much longer than that.
no_information_here 10 Sep, 2018
Looking forward to this. This seems to have echos of Hyperlight Drifter, which I enjoyed a lot.
ElectricPrism 10 Sep, 2018
Been waiting a long time on this one, glad I will be playing after Beta is over.
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