You are Aragami, a vengeful spirit with the power to control the shadows. You've been summoned by Yamiko, a girl imprisoned in the city fortress of Kyuryu. Embark on a dark journey full of blood and secrets to discover the truth about aragami. Infiltrate the occupied city of Kyuryu with your supernatural powers and fight Light with Shadow. Uncover a story about twin souls bound together by destiny that surpasses time and memory.
EMBRACE THE SHADOWS
Create your own shadows to become invisible. Teleport from shadow to shadow while you hunt down your targets. Use a wide array of Shadow Powers to creatively dispatch your enemies.
CHOOSE YOUR PLAYSTYLE
Multiple paths to beat each scenario and approach every situation. Play as a merciless emissary of death or an undetectable ghost. Your story, your choices.
Fight Kaiho, the army of Light, and rescue Yamiko - the mysterious girl that summoned you and that is the key to your existence.
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Aragami is a sight for sore eyes if you're a fan of the stealth genre. While we have incredible games integrating its conventions with Dishonored, Assassin's Creed, and even Wolfenstein: The New Order, they treat stealth gameplay as an equal alternative to action rather than the only realistic option. Seasoned game series like Metal Gear Solid and Thief are primary examples of the latter, emphasising stealth to the point of making combat a major threat. Aragami falls in line with this traditional focus on stealth gameplay, but is it worth leaving in the shadows or exposing to the light for all to see?
Aragami is a third person stealth game that has you playing as a vengeful spirit ninja who has some control over shadows. The game plays somewhat like the Tenchu series but with the added blink power from Dishonored. The art style is cell shaded and both looks good and works well with giving you the information you need about the environment, movement and animations look good, but environments and enemies aren't the most detailed and you will quickly feel like you have killed the same guy dozens of times. The UI is great with nothing cluttering the screen and giving you all the information you need through the cloak your character wears. You will have to remain in the shadows in order to survive as enemies will be able to kill you easily through melee or ranged combat if you are spotted, in order to make things easier you have a teleportation power that can help you traverse past light areas or to close the distance between you and an enemy. As you play through the game you will gain points to access new abilities. For a budget price you get a good stealth game with a decent length, good for people who have wanted a new Tenchu game.
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