Today was a good day for the gaming industry, but like with everything, there must be something that will ruin your entire day.
It was just announced that Arashi: Castles of Sin – Final Cut is officially postponed, so now, instead of the originally planned November 16 date, the game will be launching on December 5. But let’s look at the bright side – it is a one-month delay, it is not that bad.
To serve as a reminder, you will be stepping into the role of the formidable assassin Kenshiro in a captivating virtual reality experience set against the backdrop of feudal Japan. Your mission is to thwart the Six Oni of Iga, a notorious group of bandits sowing turmoil across the land. Equipped with a wide array of weapons, tools, and techniques, you’ll deftly infiltrate captured castles, outsmart your adversaries, and systematically eliminate each Oni.
With the guidance of your cousin, Ayane, from the home base and the loyal wolf companion, Haru, at your side, you’ll establish yourself as the ultimate warrior tasked with the salvation of Japan. Conquering each castle leads to a climactic showdown against one of the Six Oni, challenging your combat skills against unique opponents with distinctive styles, personalities, and abilities.
Haru, your AI-powered wolf companion, enriches your journey with an unmatched sense of companionship as you face adversaries in diverse and perilous locations. Customize your arsenal with a broad spectrum of weaponry and gear before each mission. Your choices will dictate your path, whether you prefer a stealthy approach or a head-on confrontation in this epic adventure.
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