In the world of gaming, the concept of parrying has taken on a whole new level with the upcoming open-world action game V.A Proxy. Inspired by games like Nier and Devil May Cry, this game pushes the boundaries by allowing players to parry nuclear weapons.
The creator of V.A Proxy, PyroLith, recently shared a gameplay clip that showcased this unique feature. In the clip, the helmet-wearing hero effortlessly slices through a nuclear blast using only a sword, demonstrating the extreme abilities players will have in the game. The clip quickly gained attention and has been shared over 33,000 times.
V.A Proxy is described as a “seamless hand crafted open-world” action game that combines melee and ranged combat. The influence of Nier can be seen in the Pod-esque V-Unit support drones and the post-apocalyptic plot. The game’s world is presented as a decaying megastructure, with machines known as S-units playing a significant role.
As the story unfolds, players will uncover the mysteries of the world while battling powerful and unstable machines. The game’s art style draws comparisons to Risk of Rain, and the presentation has a distinct Devil May Cry vibe. However, what makes V.A Proxy truly unique is its ability to let players parry nukes and even utilize a grappling hook.
Unfortunately, the game does not have a release date yet, but the Steam page offers a wealth of exciting gameplay clips for players to explore. If you’re looking for a game that takes parrying to the extreme and combines it with a rich open-world experience, V.A Proxy is one to keep an eye on.
In other news, the popular game Elden Ring’s character Malenia has been modded into Sekiro, allowing players to experience the art of parrying in a whole new way.
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