Asura's Wrath is one of the prettiest games I've ever seen. After we've suffered through countless titles that fail to deliver inspiring art design despite boasting exceptional engines, Capcom's latest epic sticks out like a cell-shaded beacon; a hand-painted masterpiece amongst photocopied mediocrity. Its story of warring Hindu gods is presented in lavish, stylish glory that genuinely appears to have been sketched by the angels themselves.
But that's quite enough about the visuals, because explaining exactly what Asura's Wrath is trying to achieve is going to take some serious work. Imagine a cross between God Of War, Sin And Punishment, Heavy Rain, Okami and a television series box set and you'll still be nowhere near the mark.
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