Submitted by -Mezzo- 977d ago | opinion piece

Akaneiro: Demon Hunters Kickstarter ending soon–here’s what we think of it

PC Gamer - If you don’t know what a nodachi is, it’s a massive two-handed sword traditionally utilized by the samurai in feudal Japan, the kind that probably went “schwing” whenever it was in use. The nodachi in Spicy Horse’s Akaneiro: Demon Hunters (Spicy Horse is the Shanghai-based studio founded by none other than American McGee himself, a name that is all but synonymous with twisted fairy tales) does not go schwing. (Akaneiro Demon Hunters, PC)

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