Online Co-op Beat 'Em Up Game 'Clan N' Reveals Story

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Online Co-op Beat 'Em Up Game 'Clan N' Reveals Story

Postby ccgr » Wed Sep 11, 2019 8:18 pm

Online Co-op Beat 'Em Up Game 'Clan N' Reveals Story

Eager players get first details of the Far East



Developer Creamative has revealed the story details to its highly-anticipated online multiplayer co-op beat 'em up game Clan N for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch coming in Q4 2019. A PC demo for the game can be downloaded via Steam or Discord.

About Clan N

Clan N is ancient samurai group in the region of "Far East", sworn to protect the realm from all who seek its destruction. The four group members consist of the shinobigatana-wielding ninja Akira, the staff-striking Reina, the dual sword-swinging Daiki, and the sickle-slashing monk Tarou.

After years of training and dedication to their respective craft, each character has uncovered their own unique magical abilities. Akira shoots pulse-filled lightning bolts, Reina controls the ground with vicious earthquake shocks, Daiki swirls up brutal tornado waves, and Tarou can call for the help of Dragons.

Story

Akuji is a former samurai of the Clan N that discovered the balance of the world lies in three areas: Peace, Knowledge, and Time. Akuji found that if you knock the world of one of these, you can harness the powers of "spiritual imbalance" and grow stronger from it. As a result of pursuing spiritual imbalance, he was shunned from the samurai temple and kicked out of Clan N.

What Akuji didn't know was that attaining spiritual imbalance would not only give you dark powers, it consumed your light and the purity of your life. Following his banishment from the temple and Clan N, Akuji was able to destroy peace by slaughtering villages and retain the power of those he killed, thus absorbing conflict and electric sorcery abilities, becoming the most powerful sorcerer warrior in the Far East. While he continued to grow, Akuji formed Seishin Gun, the spirit group, to join his conquest and remove anyone standing in their path.

Once his actions were discovered by Clan N, they set on a journey to stop the villainous pillaging by Akuji and Seishin Gun.

About the characters

Reina and Daiki grew as siblings in a southern samurai clan. Reina was not taught the teaching of the clan like her brother Daiki but still observed and learned the ways mastering the staff. She eventually took onto Shamanism as well becoming one of the first shinobi shamans in the land as a young woman.

Akira was a childhood friend adopted into the clan as a lost child wandering in the outer lands chased by a pack of wolves, barely making it to the village. Daiki's father took the child in and raised them, although Akira typically covers himself from head to after severe scarring.

Tarou was from the same monastery as Akuji (prior to his joining of Clan N) and learned under the same teachers. Akuji returned to the Monk's temple many years later and stole an ancient scroll that explained how to destroy the pillars of balance and extract their spiritual imbalance. In pursuit of Akuji, Tarou traced his steps to Clan N. After explaining the situation to the existing three members, they all decided to team up and take down Akuji.

About Creamative

Creamative is a Turkey-based studio and originally founded in 2009 with the aim of developing high quality arcade games for PC and consoles, along with the sister company Klik! Games who focuses on Mobile. After a few notable hits on mobile such as FastBall and Bird Tale, focus has been shifted to work on PC/Consoles since 2014. Creamative now works on its first PC/Console title Clan N to be released on Q4 of 2019.

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