Tiger Blade: A Stylish Action Game Influenced by Korean Neo-Noir Cinema
Inspired by the gritty world of Korean neo-noir cinema, a new action game, Tiger Blade, is set to make its debut on the highly anticipated PSVR 2 this fall. Developed by Ikimasho Games, this adrenaline-soaked combat experience promises to deliver a unique gaming adventure. Set in an alternate version of Korea, players will assume the role of an assassin belonging to the Horangi chapter of the Tiger Clans. Their mission? To slice through hordes of thugs and hoodlums in the streets of Sewoon while searching for a mysterious package.
Stylish Combat and Heart-Pounding Action
Tiger Blade will immerse players in a world of stylish combat, where precision and speed are paramount. Each level is designed to challenge players in a variety of ways, featuring a scoring and ranking system, online leaderboards, and an emphasis on speedrunning. But the game goes beyond its exhilarating gameplay; it also pays homage to Korean hip-hop, adding a rhythmic beat to the action-packed sequences.
A Dynamic Gameplay Experience
Ikimasho Games introduces a dynamic combat system that allows players to seamlessly switch between sword and pistol combat on-the-fly. This “slash ‘n’ dash” mechanic adds a layer of depth and versatility to the gameplay, empowering players to adapt their approach to different encounters. Additionally, the game features an auto-dashing function that swiftly moves players to the next area and a grappling mechanic for reaching designated spots, further enhancing the fluidity of the gameplay.
Release Date and Platform
Tiger Blade is set to release exclusively for the highly anticipated PSVR 2 on November 17. With its immersive virtual reality experience, players can expect to be fully immersed in the gritty world of this Korean-inspired action game.
So mark your calendars, sharpen your blades, and get ready to embark on an action-packed journey through the neon-lit streets of Sewoon. Tiger Blade is ready to deliver a gaming experience that combines the adrenaline of combat and the stylish aesthetics of Korean noir cinema.