City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games is now available on consoles.
City of Brass allows players to toy with enemies in a variety of ways. The versatile weapon can trip, stun, and disarm foes to make them vulnerable to blade attacks. It can also be used to swing away from dangerous situations and reach far-off objects, or even manipulate the environment to one’s advantage by triggering deadly booby traps. Navigating the settlement is enhanced by the fluidity of movement provided by using the whip to bypass obstacles and access the perfect position to fight against the next wave of enemies.
Each stage of the game is procedurally generated, providing replayability by the twisting the city’s streets to create new obstacles and secrets. Each run bestows new knowledge and tricks for perceptive thieves to wield in future runs. The journey can also be tailored to each individual player with the Blessings and Burdens system, which can alter health, and damage output, making City of Brass as easy or difficult as you desire.
City of Brass also features Twitch and Mixer integration, which allows viewers to interact with streamers in fun and exciting ways. Once enabled, audiences can lend the streamer a helping hand by gifting them gold or healing items – or do the opposite by spawning more baddies.
City of Brass is currently £15.99 on Xbox, Playstation and PC.