Shadow Tactics: Blades on the Shogun on PC
There’s a guard keeping stubborn watch over a gate; he’s wearing a wide-brim hat, which means he isn’t easily distracted by noises (simply go about it), and will not leave his post unless he sees an enemy. He’s between two other guards; them aren’t wearing hats – the fools! You’re depressed by a tempting bottle of sake; other is wondering a noise he heard from fever currently brewing. A silent and mercifully non-lethal clobbering with the sake-chaser; a less lenient dagger towards the throat for that noise-investigator.
Shadow Tactics: Blades in the Shogun is both a love letter to Commandos 2: Men of Courage and Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive, including a perfect combined stealth and strategy. You control an organization of stealth operatives over a pursuit for result in nationwide peace and the behest of an new Shogun in Edo-period Japan. The game’s master stroke is its combinations.
First combination: Stealth meets real-time strategy. Something that players love will be to not just make decisions, but to determine the impact of people decisions