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BLADESTORM: Nightmare

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BLADESTORM: Nightmare

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After 7 years, BLADESTORM: Nightmare has returned and makes its debut on Windows! Experience the ultimate expression of the series with “Direct X”!

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After 7 years, BLADESTORM: Nightmare has returned and makes its debut on Windows! Experience the ultimate expression of the series with “Direct X”!

[Features of the Windows version]

One feature of the Windows version is the ability to set detailed graphic settings, like number of characters displayed, draw distance, and so on, based on your PC’s specs. For those using high spec PCs, using the highest settings optimizes DirectX11’s capabilities, allowing for improved battlefield graphics and amazingly smooth gameplay at a high frame rate. Also, since it is possible to customize the controls, you can create a control scheme that you enjoy for the best game play experience.


Key Features:

  • A new type of Action Game! Lead squads to drive the enemy into oblivion!

    Players become mercenaries in the Hundred Years War and lead squads of fighters, made up of anything from footmen, bowmen, and horsemen to elephant troops, cannon troops, and siege weapons, across dynamically changing battlefield on a mission to guide his side to victory. Players control squads of men, using unique Actions to devastate the enemy for an innovative and thrilling experience. With each trooper, both enemy and ally, guided by its own AI, the savage clash between large forces are painted in breath-taking intensity and shocking reality.

  • The Thrill and Strategy of controlling 4 squads of up to 200 Troops!

    Players can switch between up to 4 squads. Switching between squads allow them to act over a wider area. Also, combining squads into an army of up to 200 men allow players to make powerful concerted attacks and combos based on the attacking squad, all for an exciting new game-play experience that combines the thrill of action and the depth of strategy.

  • A Richer Story Mode with the inclusion of Nightmare!

    In the “Hundred Years War”, players enjoy a free mission system that allows them to experience the battle from the viewpoints of both the English and the French. Meeting and interacting with such heroes of history as Joan of Arc and Edward, the Black Prince, brings the story to vivid life. In addition to this, we have included an original Nightmare mode involving huge monsters such as dragons and cyclops. The heroes of history are called upon to fight once more, as England and France join together in common cause to fight mysterious monsters in an entirely new take on the world of the Hundred Years War.

  • A New Game Experience using the latest technologies and introducing exciting new elements!

    The latest graphic technologies have been used to create the amazing battles of a Medieval battleground. We have also included an online multiplayer function, a revised character edit mode and assorted other new features for an enjoyable new game experience.


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Publisher:
Koei Tecmo
Developer:
Koei Tecmo Europe Ltd
Genres:
Action
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Released:
Thursday, May 29, 2014
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Languages:
English
Format:
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows Vista/7/8/8.1 (64bit required)
  • Processor: Core i7 870 2.8GHz or better
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 640*480 pixel over, High Color
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Hard Drive: 12 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c over
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows Vista/7/8/8.1 (64bit required)
  • Processor: Core i7 2600 3.4GHz or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 1980*1080 pixel over, True Color, 16:9 display
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Hard Drive: 12 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c over
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80
Another typical Koei game. repetitive but fun!

I was uncertain about reading all the reviews, but I took the chance and did not regret it. I have not encountered any problems so far, the game is stable, FPS sometimes drops with more units killed on the screen but it is still more than playable. Gameplay is similar to all the Koei game with some small changes of course. As always it is very fun and a bit repetitive, the only downside is the price that should go down a long time ago.

50
Overpriced and not a big improvement of the original

Bladestorm Hundred Years War was a game that was similar in style to Koei's Dynasty and Samurai Warrior series, with the main differences being the setting, that you are playing as a mercenary who is able to accept different missions form either the French or the British, and that you would upgrade and customize soldiers that you would then take into battle with you and give orders to. The Hundred Years War mode is included with Bladestorm Nightmare, the new Nightmare mode adds new monster, demons, and dragons that the French and English have joined together to battle. The gameplay itself plays like a normal hack and slash game, I found the actual gameplay to be weaker and simpler than Dynasty or Samurai Warriors when it comes to your character fighting, but you now have the addition of using the units that you have taken into battle with you to perform attacks and to move in formation together. In theory you are supposed to use units that are strong against enemy units, swordsmen for example should do poorly when a mounted unit charges you, however once you have started to max a unit out they are pretty much able to fight against anything effectively removing most of the strategy. The game was not optimized very well and unless you have a more powerful PC you might have problems running it. When much of the content of the game is from the 2007 version and with outdated graphics the price of $60 is asking a lot. The game is repetitive and not a big improvement of the original, for the current asking price it isn't worth it.

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