With a name like Eduardo the Samurai Toaster, there's not much Semnat Studios needs to do to sell me on the game. But then they just go off and release a kick ass trailer showing off the game's four player drop-in and drop-out local co-op mode with plenty of toast tossing action.
Everyone appreciates the value of a good, reliable breakfast appliance. And of course, samurai are totally awesome, too; just go watch this sometime if you don't believe me. Putting Samurai and toasters together seeems brilliant, and when you add in the cool art style and, most importantly, co-op, you get a package that is hard to resist.
I'll admit, the name was the first thing that caught my eye when this press release came across my desk. But it was the four player drop-in/drop-out co-op that really got me interested in this title from upstart developer Semnant Studios.
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