Bandai Namco Shuttering Rise Of Incarnates Dec. 15

Jason Winter
By Jason Winter, News Editor October 14, 2015
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Rise of Incarnates

Rise of Incarnates, we hardly knew ye. Bandai Namco's free-to-play brawler looked interesting, but apparently that wasn't enough to keep it afloat. After launching on Steam on July 1, it'll be closed down for good just five and a half months later.

The company broke the news via its Steam page, thanking players and announcing that the shutdown will take place on Dec. 15. IP, the game's real-money currency, is no longer purchasable, but if you want to hop in and give the game a try, you can do so on any character, free of charge. Other consumable items will be heavily discounted.

Did you guys get the chance to try out Rise of Incarnates? If so, what did you think?

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Jason Winter
Jason Winter, News Editor
Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a wide range of experience to MMOBomb, including two years with Beckett Media where he served as the editor of the leading gaming magazine Massive Online Gamer. He has also written professionally for several gaming websites.

Discussion (11)

Redd Wolf 7 years ago
Shame i had fun with the game.

Deathloche 7 years ago
the character were cool the gameplay was awful

Hillmor 7 years ago
Heh, only the strongest will survive.

Redy501 7 years ago
The multiplayer just didnt work for me. Every time i wanted to play with other people i played with bots. It eventually became boring. ):

LordHikaru 7 years ago
If you were one of those few that enjoyed the Gundam fighting games which they based a lot of this game off of then you would of probably enjoyed this game more than those who either didn't like those game or never played them before. I played it briefly but it had a lot of issues and honestly development seemed really slow moving at the beginning and finally started picking up but as you can see it really didn't get anywhere.

Asto 7 years ago
Welp, that was fast. F2P games are really having a hard time lately...most are being shutdown within a year of launch.

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SethSamson 7 years ago
the game looked fine i played it the graphics models characters etc ..the thing that thru me off was weird controls on pc for the keyboard .. if it was and normal wasd and a mouse im pretty sure that it would survive ;p

Jafarson 7 years ago
puke

LAMBDA471 7 years ago
It's the type of Asian game that doesn't works well in the West, should've never been released in English in the first place.

Carpazzo 7 years ago
No, not my cup of tea anyway.


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