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Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage

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Told as a “Wuxia” story, which literally means "martial hero", Mirage captures the essence of a broad genre of Chinese fiction concerning the adventures of martial artists.

Shrouded in secrecy, an organization of assassins wreak havoc on the local populace. Two assassins Soul and Shang, find a window of opportunity to strike while all their enemies can be found in one place. Their mission is simple: take down all their enemies or die in the attempt. They will face many challenges and discover lost secrets as they embark on a perilous journey against terrible odds.

Take control of Soul and Shang and wield two separate martial arts styles to defeat their foes.

Soul is an orphan born with the temperament of a master. His skills are self-taught and so lack refinement, but his potential is undeniable. He favors Dark Wound, a short bladed weapon given to him by his adoptive father, rumored to be one of the Night Masters..

Shang Zuo is a calm, unflappable fighter of average skill, but who possesses a centered view of all things powerful enough to influence physical objects. This “Sword Temper” skill allows him to destroy objects without moving a muscle and to knock arrows out of the sky with but a single thought. Together they will face the unknown and harness new skills as they face down a terrible conspiracy.

Mirage Features

  • 2 against the world– Tag team in and out as either protagonist at any time.
  • or play together for local multiplayer experience
  • Gear up – Discover new weapons, abilities, and unique items to bloody your foes.
  • 8 distinct levels – Fight your way through an army of minions and face a true challenge by encountering a unique Boss at every Stage.
  • Learn the truth – Secrets abound and the full story of Mirage may be discovered by a collection of books, letters, and drawings strewn about the martial world. Players may unravel the full tale by discovering these items and rewards.
  • Over 100 Achievements to earn and discover
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Processor: Intel Pentium3, AMD Athlon Series
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI Radeon X1800, Nvidia GeForce 6800
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
If you are interested in this Game, you have to be aware of 3 Things beforehand. 1) The Achievements have a BUG, without this File it does not sparrage: {LINK REMOVED} http://www.mediafire.com/download/pkqt3t1tisvxn76/Mirage_Manual_Patch.zip myself, I did not get some Achievements that I should have had for a long time. The Manufacturer is unlikely to change that. 2) The Gameplay is not perfect in terms of Timing and Collision Query. About 15% of all contract attacks go nowhere. 3) If you can't Do Chinese or are very quick to read Subtitles, you will quickly lose interest in the Story, which by the way has little Content and doesn't come to a close. Not even a Cutscene gibts at the End. Too bad the visually it looked quite good before the Purchase. But the game has failed to inspire me, to put peace or to show me something new that I have not already seen better where else. My Rating 55/100.
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Allusion test Addiction potential: Moderately, not even superior look/Atmosphere: Pretty background, sprites of the Characters are neat but like the Rest Animation timed few frames have been used here on the Sprites, no particularly fluid animation, This unintentionally reminds us Of SNES JRPGs ... Characters: Two competing figures, visually very similar, one more "Skin on" a more "Style" by summoned Swords floating around him and rushing at Enemies? Now DMC is not just making massive Greetings here. The Reviews for Style with Letters are also an unmistakable Reference to the Role model. Unfortunately, it is not Dante and Virgill, but rather Jing and Jang of the Chinese cartoon Netting. Just a little Colourless. First Impression: Interesting, although not the big Throw, who really expects DMC Fun here will be disappointed, the somewhat groupy control and the lengthy Chinese Language Scenes are not particularly conducive. Other Comments: * Example of "Nonsensical Design": In the Main Room where you prepare for Missions, buy Skills etc, you can change your active Character and shop just like I said, just a shame that you rob the player of the Last Nerve here, by slow Running Animations through a nonsensical large Room. * Why on earth Do Chinese Voiceover mean when the Sequences are there? Nothing against something O-tone charm, but not if this is the only thing the Senses can be directed towards ... Verdict: Anyone who liked Devil May Cry But even preferred to have the SNES Shinobi is not ill advised here, who can then still access Chinese or endured these Speech-blubber Scenes, but it is not a Loss if you have not played this Game ...
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