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Asura's Wrath - Xbox 360

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Platform: Xbox 360
  • New type of action game - Asura's Wrath will seamlessly blend action and narrative and will adopt an episodic nature, more akin to a TV drama series.
  • Relentless action - Asura's Wrath keeps placing gamers in tight situations and says 'now get out of that.'
  • What the ? - Unique enemies and planetary sized bosses will continually challenge players' expectations.
  • Innovative setting and story - Fusing Asian mythology with sci-fi, Asura's Wrath's universe will be truly unique.
  • Collaboration with CyberConnect2 - Continues Capcom's strategy of partnering with the best developers to produce titles to complement its own internal projects.
  • Innovative setting and story that fuses Asian mythology with sci-fi, to create a universe that is truly unique
  • Asura's Wrath seamlessly blends action with narrative, adopting an episodic nature more akin to a TV drama series
  • Beat-em Up gameplay that places gamers in tight situations and that forces you to fight to survive
  • Play as Asura's rival Yasha and adopt a different playing style, traveling at lightning fast speed across environments
  • A range of unique enemies and planetary sized bosses will continually challenge players' expectations

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Platform: Xbox 360
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003O6HGHM
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 21, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,068 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Product Description

Platform: Xbox 360

Product Description

With unprecedented levels of dynamism, drama and interaction, Asura's Wrath will deliver a fresh take on the action gaming genre. Once a revered deity, Asura was betrayed by his fellow gods and stripped of all his powers. Consumed by anger at the injustice he has suffered and swearing vengeance, Asura discovers he can use this fury to his advantage and turn it against his enemies. Cue relentless action as Asura finds himself facing off against numerous unique enemies, including planetary sized bosses, unleashing devastating and visceral attacks. Asura's Wrath loses the traditional distinction between gameplay and cutscenes through seamless player controlled narrative. Simply put, even in cinematic sequences the player can control Asura, directly affecting the gameplay, making Asura's Wrath a truly unique experience.

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Asura's Wrath is an Action game in which players take on the role of the demigod Asura, and take on his quest for justice and revenge against the divine powers that cast him from heaven. The game utilizes a "Beat-em Up" gameplay mechanic and an episodic narrative storyline rooted in Asian mythology and sci-fi traditions. Additional features include: a range of unique enemies, planetary sized bosses, a second playable character and a devastating attack system.

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Story

Long ago in the realm of Shinkoku, eight deities known as "The Eight Guardian Generals" battled to protect civilization from a destructive force known only as Gohma. Asura was one of the most prominent of this group. During the victory celebration, the Emperor of Shinkoku was assassinated in a sinister plot and the blame was placed on Asura. In the middle of the commotion, Asura's wife was also murdered and his daughter kidnapped. With even his brother-in-law and rival Yasha turning against him, Asura was banished from Shinkoku. Awoken by a voice after 12,000 years, Asura vows revenge on all those who have betrayed him.

Asura rushing through a sci-fi setting in his 6-arm form in Asura's Wrath
Unleash the wrath of the demigod Asura on a divine conspiracy of traitors.
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Gameplay

With unprecedented levels of dynamism, drama and interaction, Asura's Wrath delivers a fresh take on the action gaming genre. Combining intense combat with a seamless player-controlled narrative, Asura's Wrath introduces a brand new style of action game. Players will control Asura in a blend of action and cinematic sequences taking an active role in the gameplay direction.

Asura's Wrath finds Asura facing off against numerous distinct enemies, including planetary sized bosses. Through a mix of range attacks and visceral close quarter action players will fill Asura's 'Burst Gauge,' unleashing the full force of his rage and delivering devastating attacks on those who betrayed him. Asura's story of revenge is told through episodic gameplay, taking the player on a journey of highs and lows and adopting a structure that is similar to a TV drama series.

Key Game Features

  • Innovative Setting and Story - Fusing Asian mythology with sci-fi, Asura's Wrath's universe is truly unique
  • New Type of Action Game - Asura's Wrath seamlessly blends action with narrative, adopting an episodic nature more akin to a TV drama series
  • Relentless Action - Asura's Wrath keeps placing gamers in tight situations and says 'now get out of that'
  • Second Playable Character - Play as Asura's rival Yasha and adopt a different playing style, traveling at lightning fast speed across environments
  • Rage Never Dies - Build up Asura's Burst Gauge to unleash devastating attacks on those who betrayed him 12,000 years ago
  • What the...? - A range of unique enemies and planetary sized bosses will continually challenge players' expectations
  • Collaboration with CyberConnect2 - Asura's Wrath continues Capcom's strategy of partnering with the best developers to produce titles to compliment its own internal projects

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Asura deceived and betrayed in heaven in Asura's Wrath
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Asura destroying an enemy with a punch in Asura's Wrath
'Beat-em up' gameplay action.
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An insanely immense boss looking down on Asura in Asura's Wrath
Truly epic bosses.
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Asura battling a fellow god in Asura's Wrath
A second playable character.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Incomplete!! December 20, 2012
Platform for Display:Xbox 360
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
The game looks great. REALLY great. But you already know that, and you already know it's a essentially an interactive movie. I don't see any reviews on here yet though pointing out that the game is only 75% here. To get the final act you HAVE to buy DLC. Disappointing tactic on Capcom's part, double dipping is never cool. Treat it as a $75 dollar game, not a $60 dollar game.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not really a game, but an interactive anime. February 22, 2012
Platform for Display:Xbox 360
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
People are either gonna love or hate this game, simple as that. Play the demo, it is definitely an accurate representation of what you are in store for. If you love anime like I do, well this is basically an anime, episodes and all, that involves the viewer, and makes the epic moments feel that much more epic, because you are instructed to press certain buttons. For instance, when Asura is punching rapidly, you may be instructed to press b rapidly. It really makes you feel the energy and emotions of the character. There's a little energy shooting and free-fighting too, that you could compare to any hack and slash, but this barely ever happens. The graphics are sweet and everything from the story to the visuals are over-the-top. Is it worth full price? No, you should wait a bit for a drop in price. I'm rating it 5, b/c Asura's Wrath accomplishes everything it sets out to do and then some. Definitely not a game for gamers, if that makes any sense, although maybe a gamer would find the unique approach refreshing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Verified Purchase
Let me start of by saying that with all of the reviews that I had read/watched I was expecting something along the lines of Heavy Rain, or TellTale's The Walking dead in terms of gameplay. However that is not the case, while this isn't an action game such as Bayonetta, Devil May Cry, or even God of War (as in you do not unlock, and master long difficult combos) it is still quite the action game. The action is quick, fast flashy, and fun. I honestly have no idea how you could not have fun with the gameplay as it is exactly how I described, and I find it sad to see some other supposed "action" games get less trash whilst having simpler combos, and slower gameplay.

I'll next talk about the style, which I will briefly say was absolutely fantastic. The amount of detail in each, and every character model is just stunning, it truly captures a manga look like I've never seen done before. The diverseness of the models is also quite impressive when you see how much detail is put into each, and every inch of the character. While the environment can be a little low res sometimes in the ship parts, the far off shots, explosions, lights, and the entirety of the scenery more than makes up for it in my opinion.

I'll quickly interject before I get to the story that the soundtrack was also top of the notch. Each, and every tune really felt like it had meaning behind it, and the over all epicness, and grandness of the sound is just a joy to absorb.

Lastly the story (Don't worry no spoilers) was absolutely fantastic. It really gives you the feel of the more modern action anime such as Naruto, and Bleach. While that may be a problem to some as it falls into some tropes that those anime also fall into, I never got a negative vibe from it, I felt sad when I was supposed to, happy when I was supposed to, laughing when I was supposed to, and most importantly angry when I was supposed to be (Which as the name implies you will be for a majority of the game).
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Tell 'em Why You Mad Son May 1, 2012
Platform for Display:Xbox 360
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
There are good games, and there are bad games. And typically you can make a recommendation to someone based off your primary complaints about the game itself. Asura's Wrath on the other hand is a little bit different.

If you're looking for something to play and are considering "Buying This Game" you may want to give this a miss. However if you are considering "Purchasing This Title" then you may want to read on. It's really the difference between a "game" (which you play) and a title (that you watch). The reality is that Asura's Wrath is only about 40% actual gameplay. The vast majority of the experience is spent watching the story unfold, and occasionally pressing a button or two (a'la God of War), which makes it hard to call this a "game" in the truest definition of the word.

Now the good news is that the both the story and gameplay (what little there is) are actually pretty good.

The story is your typical over-the-top anime. If you've ever read Masamune Shirow's "Orion" you're going to be right at home, as the story has that whole Buddhist/Shinto style of sci-fi as it's foundation. Outside of that it's your run of the mill protagonist curling his arms and yelling at the sky while he gets all powered up/glowing/on fire... while everybody wonders how he got all super powerful, right before he punches them through a mountain, etc. You know the drill. As much as it's not the most original kind of anime based story...it's not all that bad to be honest. They also break up each "stage" into more appropriately titled "Episodes". Each has a intro credit screen (even though it's the same info each time) to give it the feeling like you're watching a series of custom made animations.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:Xbox 360|Verified Purchase
The game pretty much is a good mix of QTE's/Street Fighter and DMC gameplay fighting but is still extremely fun and entertaining to play. Obviously heavily influenced on eastern religious cultural beliefs and stories most of the characters and backgrounds for some of them will seem unusual to say the least but main story tries to put it into a more westernized perspective with mixed results.

For the price and overall entertainment of the game I say it's well worth getting but if you're still unsure try playing a few demos if possible before making your final decision.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible packaging
The disk was fine but I got it on an old and broken CD case which is awful for $12 since I bought another game for $8 and I received it on its original case like new.
Published 6 days ago by Sander Quesada
3.0 out of 5 stars The anger of a god that shakes the very universe.
The gameplay
You play as the god asura, fighting the other gods that wronged him and his family. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Rpg player
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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Published 1 month ago by Corey James
4.0 out of 5 stars Awsome game but hate that Capcom Is trying to get people to buy ...
Awsome game but hate that Capcom Is trying to get people to buy for content that's supposed to be in the game already.
Published 1 month ago by John
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
love it
Published 1 month ago by Jung S.
5.0 out of 5 stars A game totally worth it for the outstanding visuals.
Asura's Wrath was a game totally worth my money. A story that I could get into, awesome visuals, fast-paced action and fight sequences. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Sonzang
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome graphics!
Exciting game.
Published 2 months ago by Shelley Mauricio
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Awesome Game Worth The $8.99 I Paid For It!
Published 3 months ago by Tyler Westover
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
good as expected.
Published 3 months ago by Vinh Duong
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game
I bought this game last year for my husband, he absolutely loves it. In fact, now that our XBox 360 is dead, he is considering getting it fixed just to play this game again.
Published 3 months ago by ech5
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