This content requires the base game Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun in order to play.
Artbook + Strategy Guide:
Digital Artbook with 35 pages PLUS Digital Strategy Guide with 83 pages
English and German Edition
The game is basically an isometric stealth game set in Edo-period Japan so most of the enemies you face will have guns. The first mission alone took me 1-2 hours to complete (that was from restarting it 5 times) so you'll probably get your money's worth once you finish the game. Definitely a great game and I hope to see many more 'Shadow Tactics' games whether they be Japan or a different era. I'd love to see a Medieval England one. The soundtrack is really nice comprising of traditional Japanese instruments. The voice acting is pretty good (at least the Japanese one). That's right, there's both English and Japanese voices to choose from. I have chosen Japanese voices due to authenticity. The story of the game is mainly fictional. There's a few fictional outfits on certain NPC's for example. Guns tend to fire faster than they actually could. There's also no mention of the Tokugawa shogunate despite it being Edo themed. The story is purely made up, but that doesn't mean it's bad.
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