Capcom's upcoming Asura's Wrath was one of the big surprises out of last year's Tokyo Game Show. So surprising, in fact, the world has been shocked into forgetting all about it ever since.
Yet here it is, four months later, returning in a flurry of fisticuffs and religious symbolism.
It should be noted that it's not actually a Capcom game; the house of Mega Man and Resident Evil is merely on publishing duties, with development being handled by CyberConnect 2, a studio best known for its work on the .hack series. Or, more appropriately given the fact this is a hack-and-slash, for the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja games.