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Shinsekai: Into the Depths, Capcom's new NSclusive game

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Capcom presents a fresh and original undersea exploration game, filled with unique visual and audio experiences for you to discover.

The land has slowly but steadily been covered with ice, forcing mankind to take refuge in the ocean. Even the sea cannot protect them forever. The ice overtakes the undersea home of a lone aquanaut, forcing an unplanned journey of exploration and discovery. Take control and follow a mysterious mechanical creature ever deeper... Could there be others still living on so far beneath the surface?

 

Manage your oxygen reserves as you make your way through this magnificent underwater world teeming with life. Maintain your suit's pressure resistance as you proceed deeper into the ruins of past civilizations. This hauntingly beautiful aquascape is truly the final frontier for this intrepid last aquanaut.

 

We hope you'll enjoy this incredible adventure — the result of Capcom's signature creativity and design.

 

 

 

Damn this game is awesome! Underwater metroidvania with one of the best soundtracks. Thank you Capcom for saving the exclusive titles for us. :glad: 

 

Multiplat JUNK:mickey:Hopefully this never gets ported!

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2 minutes ago, Delita said:

Im pretty sure I played this on Apple arcsde. Lmao phone games 

apparently it was one of the few Apple Exclusive bangers, but held back by touch controls i assume.

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That doesnt look like a Capcom game to me. 

 

But could be interesting. Will give a shit when its ported to PSN and is on sale for $15. lmao

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