'Shadow Tactics: Blades of Shogun' Reviews, Features, News And Updates: Reasons Why You Need To Play The Game Right Now

By Mara Rev , Updated Dec 07, 2016 01:40 PM EST

Isometric games are slowly returning to the market right now, and the most recent ones is a strategic based game by Mimimi Productions. If you are still considering on whether or not you will purchase the game "Shadow Tactics: Blades of Shogun", here are a few reasons why you should.

Unique View of the Game

"Shadow Tactics: Blades of Shogun" presents great artistry with a beautiful in-game environment. The ornate landscape, world maps, and even the game soundtrack will get you more immersed in the game. What's even more wonderful to note is that even the tiniest artistic detail can affect the events in the game, for example, if there are footprints in the snow, the guards can use these to track you down.

True Stealth Game and Great Character Skills

Waiting and determining when to attack is the true highlight of "Shadow Tactics: Blades of Shogun." It is crucial to remain unseen in order to be successful with the missions and in your attacks. You can also strategize your attacks and use a number of options. An example would be Mugen the Samurai who is armed with a bottle of sake which he will use in order to distract the guards using their most basic reward system: pleasure.

As the game progresses, different characters will start to reveal themselves to you. "Shadow Tactics: Blades of Shogun" has five characters with Hayato as the main character, Mugen the Samurai, the wild child Yuki, the master of camouflage Aiko, and the sniper Takuma.

Brilliant Characterization and Immersion of Japan's History

The characters all have individual characteristics. "Shadow Tactics: Blades of Shogun" has a really good voice acting that will really leave a good impression on you as the player. The game also displays the rich culture of Japan's history that during the time when ninjas, samurais, and shoguns were still ruling.

The game "Shadow Tactics: Blades of Shogun" is already available on Steam for PC, Mac and Linux. There is also a free demo available for those who want to test the waters before buying the game.

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