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Offline The Hazuki Legacy

« on: August 05, 2014, 12:26:08 AM »
I've just started playing this free game called Toribash, which is a turn-based free-form martial arts simulator. You get two dummies, one VS one, and you move their joints each turn to make an attack or a defense. Basically, it's like using two action figures to fight.

The idea with this is that you can create your own fighting styles to defeat your opponent. So of course, my first thought was to try to simulate some Hazuki style moves to see how effective they are. But the game is so damn hard, so I figured if more of us were playing it, we could make a Hazuki Dojo school guild thing, and share joint move patterns that replicate effective moves from the Shenmue games.

Was wondering if any of you play it? Give it a try anyways, it's very unique, and the potential is crazy. Here's a youtube video of a true master's fighting style, shown in a replay against a test dummy:

Offline Shenmue Stare

Re: Toribash
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2014, 07:56:27 PM »
I haven't played too much of Toribash, but it is pretty awesome. Just haven't put in the time required to learn everythign just yet. Pretty intense game. I love watching other's replays. Hit me up on Steam sometime and we can practice on each other, Dave.