Revolution 60 hands-on
Now, one of Revolution 60’s strengths is found in the fact that it’s being developed using the gorgeous and glitzy visuals found with the iOS Unreal engine – so yeah, there’s no shortage of kicking 3D visuals with this one. In fact, based on our quick preview of the developing title, it doesn’t slow one bit with its gameplay and storytelling. In addition to the visual appeal of the game, it’s fully voice acted by none other than anime legend Amanda Winn-Lee, who some of you will know from the classic Evangelion.
Getting into the gritty-nitty portion of the game, its style might not sit too well with gamers who are normally expecting some constant swiping action. Rather, Revolution 60’s emphasis is found with its cinematic style story and intuitive gestures with the touchscreen. It’s nothing too comprehensive from what we saw, but it breaks up enough of the plot. Moreover, the game’s progression is also involved in what moral choices we make during the story with the characters – so you can either choose the path of being ruthless, or simply go with the more humble road.
When it comes to the characters, you get to control Holiday, who is a futuristic ninja-like assassin who journeys into space to prevent this America orbital weapons platform from firing. Along the way, you’ll make various decisions, which will ultimately provide you with different endings according to the choices you make throughout the game. Like we said, it’s not an in your face kind of game, so if you love a deep plot with that cinematic appeal, Revolution 60 might be something that might cut it for you. However, just know that it's not slated to arrive until Q4 2013.