Tokyo 42 came out earlier this year and while its cyberpunk ninja sprawl was both beautiful and exciting to navigate, the game's camera didn't always play nice. SMAC Games, the studio behind the game, recently published an update to address the issue and Paul Kilduff-Taylor, a developer on games like Frozen Synapse and Frozen Cortex, discussed the solution in a recent Medium post.
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After a delay at the last moment, it's finally time for Jean-Luc Picard to take centre stage. Because Star Trek: Bridge Crew is finally releasing.
That's not all though: the Burnout alumni devs are back with another game about blowing cars up, Tokyo 42 lands, and some oldschool Vietnam FPS action from the makers of Red Orchestra. Let's look at This Week in Games.
Maybe it's because I've been playing Counter-Strike for well over a decade, but I have an awful lot of affection for indie developers Mode 7. They're the creators of Frozen Synapse, the simultaneous tactical turn-based shooter, and the simpler robot football simulator Frozen Cortex.
They're currently working on Tokyo 42, an isometric open-world that looks like a cuter take on Syndicate. And it looks really good.