TRAF - Trajes Fatais - 2D costume fighter needs your Greenlight votes

Now I'm sure many of you have heard the term ' Cosplay ' in which people dress up in costumes looking as close as possible to the characters they portray. But imagine putting these costumes on and gaining actual powers, a sort of X-Men effect without the mutation. Well if you take a look at the 2D Fighting experience of  ' TRAF - Trajes Fatais ' by Onanim Studio that is currently going through a Steam Greenlight campaign, you'll not only have powers as a guest in a costume party, but you'll also be able to kick ass with many different moves.

These moves unlike many other fighting games are also affected by a dynamic physics based system, as the developer says; the attacks influence a lot of the movement of your character and opponent. During collisions and after cancels, the system keep inertia and combine it with new impulses, which results some unusual situations generating most fun and unique matches. Add in that feature plus being able to pull of combos using different parts of the game screen, and you may pull off your own unique character movement and style of combat.

TRAF - Trajes Fatais - Certainly looks like a decent enough fighting game with lovely detailed Anime style pixel art, all at 60fps, but can it pull off a special move of its own for a Steam Greenlight success? We shall see!

Further features :

  • Story mode 
  • Local Versus Mode 
  • Online Versus Mode 
  • Training mode 
  • Trial mode 
  • 6 Initial Characters 
  • 6 Unlockable Characters 
  • Lots of Unlockable Color Palettes

Links : 1) Steam Greenlight page

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