Anima: Beyond Fantasy by Carlos B. Garcia Aparicio

By Carlos B. Garcia Aparicio

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Explore the realm of Gaia, meet a few of its most famed population, and be brought to 3 detailed, unique, and intriguing video games every one set past fable on the planet of Anima! Conceived as a mix of eastern and Western artwork, delusion, and forms of play, Anima is a chain of video games that supply cutting edge ideas and heritage that contain the main remarkable components of either kinds. a number of nice jap illustrators, whose paintings has seemed in famous videogames and lively sequence, have collaborated at the undertaking including ecu authors. the result's a fresh visible combination that might please even the main discriminating gamer.

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Bohme was looking at him strangely. Metzger had seen enough blood shed in hate to know that the things seen in the eyes of others were reflections of the things that burned in your own eyes. They were not secret glimpses of the other man, they were the hidden truths of the self. There had been fear in Bohme’s eyes, Metzger’s fear. The cries of the ravens rose, mad caws that spiralled, taking on an almost human quality. It took him a moment to realise what he was hearing within them: the wretched sobs of a baby.

It wasn’t weighted to be thrown, but that didn’t matter. It missed the laughing man’s face by inches and slammed into his shoulder, cutting off his laughter in a choke of pain. It wasn’t enough. And he wasn’t ready to die. Kaspar waited for the killing blow but it never came. He struggled to roll over, to face his own death, to look it in the bogged eye. He slumped onto his back, gasping through clenched teeth as another wave of agony surged through him, from the wounded knee up through his chest.

Kaspar turned through a full circle, not sure what he was looking for, or what the sound he thought he heard meant. There it was again: a long slow creaking, of wood straining. Then the forest floor began to rise up beneath his feet. The deadfall stirred, the soil and the broken branches coming together, leaves and mud and grass and worms giving flesh to a fell beast clawing its way into existence. The head came first, broaching the earth in a vile parody of birth, forcing its way out of the ground.

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