NEOTOKYO° is a first person shooter that aims to provide a visceral & realistic combat experience in a rich futuristic setting. NEOTOKYO° takes place in and around a fictionalized Tokyo approximately 30 years in the future. Mankind has begun to fuse with technology. Government and corporate corruption have transformed Tokyo into a deadly dystopian nightmare. After a near-successful military coup by ranking members of Jinrai, the National Security Force (NSF) is formed - answering directly to the Prime Minister, it's mission is to investigate and eliminate all threats to Japan, both abroad and at home. The initial core of the NSF is made from an exodus from within the intelligence branch of the military. With this betrayal begins the war in the shadows between the NSF and Jinrai.

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KingJones
KingJones Jun 23 2009, 5:10pm says:

I like it.
Great look!

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Aprch
Aprch Jun 23 2009, 5:32pm says:

Reminds me AvP2 :P

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Spooboy
Spooboy Jun 23 2009, 5:58pm says:

Love the little statue thing over to the right of the shot gun. Looks amazing.

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LaughingMan
LaughingMan Jun 24 2009, 12:53am says:

reminds me of metroid prime 1

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krg
krg Jun 24 2009, 1:58pm says:

Nice. If this is heat, then that entire gun must be pretty hot.

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purplehaze412
purplehaze412 Jun 24 2009, 6:07pm replied:

Yeah, It's Thermal, But I do have to agree, Maybe the barrel of the gun gets hotter, and stays hot, Once you shoot?

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krg
krg Jun 25 2009, 10:57am replied:

Including the plastic aimpoint? The human body is around 90 degrees farenheit. A gun clocking in at 90 degrees would be a tad hot to hold. :P

I was just nitpicking in all good fun. But Splinter Cell and Rainbow Six Vegas games would be good examples of thermal done right. The entire gun would not be lit up the same as the human body.

It still looks good though.

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wbokunic
wbokunic Jun 26 2009, 4:37am replied:

You play as a cyborg, thus you don't feel heat as painful.

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FriedchikenCamo
FriedchikenCamo Jun 25 2009, 12:53pm replied:

The thermal vision implementation is admittedly a bit simple compared to that of high-budget commercial games, but I hope you guys will enjoy the gameplay interactions with smoke and cloaked players.

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Lt.SnoWolf
Lt.SnoWolf Jun 30 2009, 4:09pm says:

Now thats HOT stuff.

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Jun 23rd, 2009
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