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Digital Soundtrack (FLAC & MP3), 24 tracks plus 5 Digital-Edition-only bonus tracks! Total running time: 1 Hour, 22 Minutes

 

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Digital Soundtrack (FLAC & MP3), 24 tracks plus 5 Digital-Edition-only bonus tracks! Total running time: 1 Hour, 22 Minutes

Soundtrack Track List
01 - Main Theme 02:08
02 - Preparing for battle 02:09
03 - The Siege of Osaka 03:21
04 - Trouble on the Nakasendo 03:39
05 - Preparing to die 01:30
06 - The Thieves of Imai 03:01
07 - Escape from Mount Tsuru 04:40
08 - Lord Yabu's Mansion 03:27
09 - Killing Lord Yabu 03:23
10 - Spies in Hida Village 04:10
11 - Suganuma Rescue 03:23
12 - Attack on Kanazawa 03:05
13 - Caught red-handed 01:07
14 - The Death of Kage-sama 04:25
15 - Betrayal at Mount Tsuru 04:04
16 - Nearing the end 01:02
17 - Death of a friend 00:58
18 - Mugen 00:46
19 - Taking Masaru 04:03
20 - A Fateful Meeting 04:44
21 - The Death of Noboru 04:35
22 - Time to move 00:45
23 - The deed is done 01:30
24 - Credits 01:11
25 - Stealthy Nature (Bonus Track) 02:46
26 - Stealthy Night (Bonus Track) 02:24
27 - Stealthy City (Bonus Track) 02:46
28 - Stealthy Snow (Bonus Track) 02:58
29 - Stealthy Battlefield (Bonus Track) 04:04

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Publisher:
Daedalic
Developer:
Mimimi Productions
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Daedalic
Released:
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
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This content requires the base game Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun in order to play.

Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit 
  • Processor: Intel i3 2nd-Generation 2.5GHz, AMD Quad-Core 2.5GHz 
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM 
  • Graphics: Nvidia GT640, AMD Radeon HD7750, 1GB Vram 
  • DirectX: Version 10 
  • Storage: 1 GB available space 
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers

Mac: 

  • OS: Mac OS X 10.7

Linux: 

  • OS: Ubuntu 15.04 (64 bit only)

 

Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit or higher, Windows 8, Windows 10 
  • Processor: Intel i3 4th-Generation 3.5GHz, AMD Quad-Core 3.9GHz 
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM 
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 570, AMD Radeon HD 6950, 2GB Vram 
  • DirectX: Version 11 
  • Storage: 1 GB available space 
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers

 

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Reviews for Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun - Soundtrack

100
Good hostorical battle music

This battle music that this soundtrack includes is the best in a long time.I actually felt like replacing some other games soundtrack to this because it is just too good.It also costs very little so I don't really see any reason why not to buy it if you like the music.

80
Great game and soundtrack by a developer that should be supported

Shadow Tactics Blades of the Shogun will play in a very similar way to people who have played the Commandos series or Desperados Wanted Dead or Alive. It's a top down stealth based game that allows you to control five different characters, each with different passive and active abilities. Each of the 13 missions will have you controlling anywhere from 2-5 of the game's characters allowing them the ability to design missions around certain characters strengths or allowing each to contribute in different sections. Every mission has nine activities you can complete to earn a badge and three different difficulty settings, these don't unlock any new gameplay features but can give you a reason to try out certain missions with different playstyles or cause you to limit yourself to make the game more challenging. The game has good production values with some nice looking maps, good voice acting, a good soundtrack, and I only ran into a bug twice (one that caused a patrol to get stuck and one that prevented a badge from unlocking). There is more of a story to the game than Commandos offers, more like Desperados with the characters having more personality. The character personalities are shown more in the actual gameplay as well with them having different lines of dialogue based on the situation, time of day, or weather. One of the only negatives is that three of the characters have the same passive skills, one just has less passive skills, each has their primary weapon as an ability, and all of them share two of their five abilities (a gun with limited ammo and a healing item). Though each character only has three unique abilities they might have more options available, four of the characters can change their melee attack to be nonlethal, two abilities allow you to have new actions once used, and a grenade weapon one character uses can be switched between explosive or a non lethal gas. One of my favorite games of 2016 and one fans of the games it is based on or fans of stealth games should play. The soundtrack both fits well into the game and can be enjoyable to listen to on its own, having some more relaxing tracks, action oriented ones, and ones with a more menacing tone. If you want to support the developer and want to own the soundtrack this is a good, and low priced, purchase for the amount of music that you are getting. With the high quality of the game in a style of game we don't often see giving them more support will hopefully lead to additional content, a sequel, or another high quality game from them.

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