Project Phoenix: combat dev diary explains the importance of terrain

By Dave Cook, Tuesday, 27 August 2013 10:59 GMT

Project Phoenix developer Creative Intelligence Arts has published a new dev diary for its Kickstarter-funded tactical JRPG. The footage explains how the environment can be used during combat, and gives some gameplay examples

The clip explains that players can use elevated terrain and other nuances to create a tactical advantage. However, on higher difficulty settings it was confirmed that the AI will also use these tactics and strive to make your life miserable.

At the time of writing, Project Phoenix has raised $620,771 of its $100,000 goal with 14 days spare. Stay tuned for our interview with the team soon.

Via AGB.

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