Happinet, Asakusa Studios Reveal Dodgeball Rising PC Game
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Early version playable via Steam Early Access on December 14
Asakusa Studios describes the game:
Set in the Edo Period in Japan -- where swords and duels have been banned by the government -- Samurai, Ninja, and even Sushi Chefs, gather to settle conflicts and disputes over a game of Dodgeball. With support for up to six-player matches, a wide array of unique Dodgeball warriors from all walks of life, simple controls, and engaging special moves, Dodgeball Rising brings the classic schoolyard sport to life as never-before-seen.
The game features 11 different warriors to choose from with different play styles, skills, and stats. The game also has a single-player mode in addition to the offline and online multiplayer modes.