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« Chinese fighter Sango Guardian: Chaos Generation now available on Steam »

A new fighting game, made by developers from Guangzhou, China, is now on PC through the Steam platform.

Sango Guardian: Chaos Generation was originally designed for arcades in China. It features characters named after various ancient Chinese military leaders but with a modern take. The game received international attention when Japanese game center Takadanobaba Mikado hosted tournaments for the title. Developers Sealy Electronic Technology later put the game on Steam's Greenlight program with a playable demo.

Now the game is currently available to buy on Steam with a normal price of $7.99, days ahead of its Aug. 15 release date. As of this time, it is 15% off through Aug. 14. Initial reviews have been negative, citing the long boot up time as well as the lack of two player and training modes as some of the complaints. Sealy is currently looking to improve the game.

Match footage of Sango Guardian: Chaos Generation from Mikado can be found after the jump.

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