Prove you are the world's greatest swordsman! Engage in tactical 1 vs. 1 sword fighting, 2 vs. 2, or sandbox FFA, or capture Control Points in a tactical slash-em-up.
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21 de Diciembre

Blade Symphony is one of PC Gamer's Personal Picks of 2014!

PC Gamer writer and deputy editor Chris Thursten has chosen Blade Symphony as one of his personal picks of 2014.

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21 de Diciembre

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"... the saving grace of Blade Symphony is that its duels are thoroughly, distinctively, and consistently exhilarating."
PC Gamer

"Blade Symphony is primed and ready to help expand the melee combat genre on the PC."
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"Blade Symphony looks like Chivalry with elegance."
Destructoid

"When it’s a Dystopia dev’s new otherworldly duelling game, you pay attention. Especially when it’s looking quite so beautiful."
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Prove you are the world's greatest swordsman in Blade Symphony: a slash-em-up featuring a highly detailed and in-depth sword fighting system. Face down other players in tactical swordplay, 2 versus 2 team duels, sandbox FFA, or the Control Points game mode!

Choose your fighting style

Each of the four characters have a unique fighting style suited to how you want to play.
  • Phalanx, a fencer gladiator hybrid, attacks with long range stabs and a versatile array of side attacks
  • Judgement, a knight crossed with a samurai, uses hard hitting forward attacks and wide strafing attacks
  • Ryoku, a vagrant street ninja, attacks with break dance moves and a signature reverse blade style
  • Pure, an acrobatic wushu style assassin that attacks with flips, cartwheels, extremely mobile

Each character has four combat stances and over forty different attacks.

Choose Your Sword

Pair your character up with a sword type to completely change your way of approaching combat.
  • Katana, cause massive damage when parrying your opponents
  • Longsword, a well-balanced, hard hitting and adaptable sword
  • Rapier, a piercing, high damage forward thrusting weapon great for parrying
  • Scimitar, a weapon based on turning and performing as many cuts as possible
  • Jian, an agile, responsive weapon great for combos

Tactical Sword Fighting


There are no unlockable advantages in Blade Symphony. All unlockables are cosmetic. You care about proving your skill and so should your game.

Every attack has openings that are determined in real-time and efficacy is entirely up to you. Did you start an attack too early? Turn away and end the attack in a safe location. Did your opponent stupidly use a lighter stance? Go in and punish him! By switching stances mid-combo you can chain attacks into your own flurry of death.



The fighting system is open for your exploration, you can dash, jump, do an air attack, land, swing sideways with a heavy stance, parry with a light stance, and then roll away.

Every attack flows from your blade in true three dimensional space. As does your opponents! Swords collide in mid-air and you will need good timing and aim to defeat your opponent.

Advanced Character Customization

Customize your character with skins, masks, swords, and multiple attachments streamed directly from Steam Workshop.

Fight as a Team

Play in the new Control Points game mode and participate in team-based sword fighting.

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: 3.0 Ghz P4(+), Dual Core 2.0(+) or AMD64X2(+)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DX9.0c Compatible 256MB VRAM, NVIDIA Geforce 7600 Series / ATI x1600 Series
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB HD space
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c Compatible
    • Other Requirements: Broadband Internet connection
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A 29 de 31 personas (94%) les ha sido útil este análisis
51.6 h registradas
Publicado: 19 de Octubre
No puedo esperar más para hacer el análisis, llevo 3 días jugando a este JUEGAZO y es, la primera vez, desde el Call of Duty 3 para Ps2, que no me lo pasaba tan bien en un competitivo, que le den al Counter strike, que le den al Left 4 Dead, ESTO SEÑORES, es un juego competitivo como dios manda, os pongo en situación!.

Entras en un Server y mientras observas los combates de los demás y transcurridos 20 o 30 minutos de juego, ves, como la INMENSA mayoría de jugadores, se limita a JUGAR, no a poner a parir al otro por no saber jugar o por que haga algún truco sucio, la gente bromea, juega Y SOBRETODO! FELICITA AL OTRO JUGADOR POR HABER LUCHADO CONTRA EL!!! Decirme! decirme si esto pasa en el left 4 dead! DECÍRMELO SI TENÉIS NARICES!!!! (Mega rage extreme epic hype train lol ._.)

Creo, que con esto es suficiente para empezar medio decentemente el análisis: D.

Para empezar! se nos presenta un juegazo de lucha, de 1 vs 1, 2 vs 2, modo conquista y etc.. cuentas con 4 tipos de personajes, cada cual con sus pros y sus contras, saber usar a todos los personajes en este juego es MUY NECESARIO, en este caso, nos presentan en el tutorial, 3 tipos de forma de lucha más el salto, con las que se puede combinar, empezando por el ataque más fuerte y continuando el combo con el ataque más rápido, aquí no se trata de conocer una combinación de botones, aquí se trata de crearte tu propio combo, algo así como en Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm, se trata de luchar a tu manera con lo que te dan, cuentas, con una cantidad y más que decente cantidad de espadas, combinando estas con las habilidades de tu personaje, puedes llegar a ser letal en los combates.

A medida que vayas luchando iras ganando puntos, con los que podrás desbloquear más armas y skins para tu personaje y OJO! "Nada de comprar más armas OPs, aquí, se trata de jugar y desbloquear!"

La banda sonora es... algo... orgásmico, cuando estas en el menú principal estas en plan.... mmm... no sé cómo describirlo, cuando entras en la partida mientras observas los combates, ya no sabes dónde estás, cuando el combate comienza... desapareces de la tierra y... aunque parezca una chorrada, me encanta que me derroten en este juego, ya que al finalizar el combate y te ganan.... hay una canción... que te deja aún más K.O.. De lo que te puede dejar cualquier jugador, si jugáis... mejor dicho, si habéis llegado hasta aquí leyendo, y jugáis al juego.. Entenderéis de lo que hablo.

La comunidad de este juego, es de las mejores que he visto en mi vida, 13 servidores contados hasta ahora jugados y si vale no lo voy a negar, siempre hay 1 o 2, pero si comparo juegos, cual os digo... el Left 4 Dead mismo (que no que no tengo nada en contra del juego!!! solo a mucha gente que lo juega) en el Left 4 dead, entrar en una partida de enfrentamiento publica es una odisea grandísima, al mínimo fallo o cualquier error humano se paga con un Kick, ni se organizan ni nada, insultan kikean y se ven que fallan joden al equipo, aquí, 3 partidas jugadas de 2 vs 2 y ves como tu compañero hace todo lo que puede por luchar, no te dice nada si fallas y al acabar la partida todos se felicitan, creo que no hace falta comparar comunidades verdad? y si joder, que tendréis razón muchos, siempre hay muchos de estos que van a joder y punto, pero cuando te cruzas con rangos que están sobre 2000 o 1500 y que a la hora de jugar, en vez de vacilar, se pongan contigo para incluso enseñarte trucos con algunos personajes, creo, que eso nadie se lo espera en una partida pública.

Vale, todo no es un campo de rosas en este juego, en algunos modos, cuentas solo con 3 salas, muchos de estos servidores, cuentan con slots para 16 jugadores... Y en ese punto.. No pudieron haberle añadido otras 3 salas más para que más gente pudiera jugar? a ver, cuando entras al servidor, pueden pasar 3 o 4 minutos hasta que empiece el combate, y cuando cae uno, cambia a otro jugador, si ese alguien eres tú, tendrás que esperar otro par de minutos hasta que haya hueco en dicha sala.

En fin, me parece un de los mejores juegos que he probado en steam, mas diría que nunca he probado un juego así, se le podría añadir algo más? yo por mi parte lo voy a dejar así, nada más porque esto no es un análisis ._. Es la segunda parte de la Biblia..
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A 13 de 14 personas (93%) les ha sido útil este análisis
13.0 h registradas
Publicado: 22 de Julio
Este juego es tan bueno como infravalorado.
Se resume en lo siguiente:
- 4 personajes, cada uno con su estilo de combate, y dentro de esos estilos tres posiciones intercambiables durante el combate.
- Distintos tipos de armas con distintas estadísticas (estoque, katana, espada larga..).
- Combates a tres rondas donde el que gana es el primero en conseguir dos victorias.

Al principio parece muy complejo, y no voy a mentir, puede ser tan técnico como quieras, llegando al punto de que un personaje con el arma equivocada puede ser mucho más débil de lo que debería (o lo contrario).
Aún así, es estúpidamente adictivo; fue hacer el tutorial y tirarme más de 50 combates seguidos online, sin importar el resultado. Con amigos seguramente sea aún más desafiante y entretenido si cabe.
El único pero es que apenas hay jugadores en 3-4 servers de 30-y-muchos.

Dadle una oportunidad en serio, escoged lo que mejor se adapte a vosotros e intentad dominarlo.
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A 7 de 9 personas (78%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 24 de Octubre
Te presento la siguiente situación: Llegas a un server de 24 jugadores, comienzas explorar al mapa y te percatas que todos los espadachines están medio de una gran batalla otros tantos están sentados limitándose a observar, otros tantos estan “practicando” al aire libre, otros tantos solo estan intentando llegar a los puntos mas altos y… ¿cuál es su escenario? TODO EL MAPA, si en la batalla sales volando y caes al primer piso, no te preocupes, tu contrincante ira a por ti para terminar lo que empezaron (y no, no hay pausas, si aún tienes vida la batalla continua), es jodidamente genial combatir con tu Katana y que puedas andar por todo el mapa, saltar, intentar huir y realizar algunos movimientos “ninja”.

Si bien a los nuevos jugadores les costara un poco de trabajo familiarizarse con los controles, pero una vez controlados podrás realizar tus propios combos.

Son 4 los personajes que podrás escoger, aprender a luchar con cada uno de ellos es una opción no un requisito, escogerás al mejor espadachín que a ti te parezca, cada uno con sus pro y sus contras. Los objetos desbloqueables no son muy variados (es mi única queja) y para conseguirlos solo te tienes que limitar a ganar tus batallas, pero esto no hace a un jugador mejor que otro, aquí no existe esa regla la cual es si eres de nivel alto ganas por tus accesorios, aquí los accesorios solo sirven para verte más “guapo” “wao” “nice” o todos los sinónimos que se te ocurran.

Existen 4 modos de juego disponibles, el que ya mencione donde llegas a cierto mapa y todos están en una batalla o algunos simplemente se limitan a observar, duelo, donde peleas uno contra uno o dos contra dos y el modo de capturar el punto. En mi humilde opinión el mejor modo de juego es el sandbox, donde no existen limitantes en el escenario.

A todo lo anterior mencionado, súmale que tienes la posibilidad de visitar la steam workshop donde puedes escoger la espada que quieras y los accesorios que quieras a… y mapas no oficiales.

Llevo más de 20 horas jugándolo y me ha dejado con un buen sabor de boca, las peleas entre estos espadachines son excelentes
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Publicado: 21 de Diciembre
No pude jugar mucho a este juego, debido a que no lo tengo adquirido en mi cuenta de steam, pero tuve el "honor" de probarlo cuando estuvo free en steam, lo único malo que pude recatar de la hora de juego que tuve es el hecho de que no haya un tutorial previo que te prepare, cuando entre al combate veía que el oponente realizaba movimientos ninjas y yo con cara de O.O, apenas sabía tocar click izquierdo para atacar. Otra de las negativas que he encontrado es el hecho de que tengas que esperar hasta 20 minútos para jugar, yo tuve que esperar 10-15 para poder jugar mi primera partida.

Nada más, mi puntaje final (con lo poco que he jugado) es un 8/10
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Publicado: 8 de Julio
XBOX controller conectado >> tutorial sigue dando los avisos referidos al teclado.

Dada la dificultad del juego, se echa de menos un tutorial más detallado (y con compatibilidad total de mando). Los menús también son muy mejorables.
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A 768 de 931 personas (82%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 18 de Agosto
I just have to do a review of this game now.
But eh, so much to talk about, where do I start?

The Game
Blade Symphony is a quite unique and "fresh" 3D Slash-em-up, using the source engine. I personally never saw a game like this, but the setting is still awesome.
You have your 4 characters; 3.5 Characters, because pure is still unfinished
Phalanx, Judgement, Ryoku and Pure. All of them have their own move set, animations and taunts even, who are all optimizable. (Im not going to discuss who is under-and overpowered, so shush)
You can equip those characters with 5 different swordtypes; Longsword, Scimitar, Rapier, Katana and Jian, which are all unlocked in the start of the game and the only thing you can unlock is eye-candy, which doesnt affect gameplay at all. Meaning, no matter how long you play the game, you wont unlock anything that will affect gameplay.
Coupled with some parkour (which is useless) and a nice fighting system (which I wont explain either) and you have a perfect game, right?

...No..not really.

The Good
-Nice Fighting System
-Responsive Controls
-Good designed free for all and Duel game modes, where FFA can be moddable, being a source game.
-A lot of workshop integration which fits this game perfectly
-Online leaderboards which keeps track of your progress

And now....the dark side of this game

The Bad
-Bad Tracers (Hit detection if you want it that way)
-Hitboxes can be just awful at times
-Lag can do a lot of weird stuff
-4. Character Pure is unfinished
-Characters have attacks which are just broken or weird
-A lot of balancing problems
-Random and unexplainable FPS drops sometimes
-The General Duel maps have FPS problems in general
-Ranking system is just not executed well
-Buggy Physics and just stuff thats not supposed to happen
- The Game Is Dead

This is where the normal review ends. Ill give this game a 5.5/10. Dont pick this up for the normal price, get it on a sale, when you really want it. Yes, I have a decent amount of playtime still racking up. But at this point I cant recommend this game.
You can end here or keep reading for some more details, details, yay!
EDIT: No, I dont hate this game. The community is great (aside from a few people), the concept is awesome and the game is overall fun. I just cant recommend it at this state. YES, I like this game.

Dead Symphony
Simply, this game is dead. Trying to get in new in this game is hard, because the most active players are the advanced and good ones. The community doesnt grow, the devs (and the balancing team) keep doing decisions and decision which are just not explainable. Most old-school players quit and/or switched to other games;

For a reason, you will notice when you go online everyday for a week: You keep meeting the same people over and over again. And the new players will just get crushed by the advanced ones (This game is multiplayer only), having no chance to get better without avoiding the good players all the time.

The game isnt even THAT bad, its just how I said. Fighting the same people over and over again just gets boring.
BUT, the community IS good. Some people of the balancing team are nice players and some devs even play the game!
The game being dead, means we meet the same people over and over again (For the third time now), but that also means that were a BETTER community. We know eachother better when theres less people.
Well, yeah, sucks that the community keeps getting smaller because more and more people are quitting.
If the devs dont do something, this game is poorly advertised aswell, the game is going to be dead soon. Dead for good.

God, that was a lot of random bu!!sh!t. But you wanted a review and here it is.
Thanks for reading! <3
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Community been dying out for a while again. Kickstarter promises were not kept, game was released in an unfinished state to get more financing to keep the project going, so you're basically buying a released game that's still early access. Critisism gets censored from forums and even screenshots are subject to deletion. Patches break more than they fix and it takes ages for them to come out. Game is incomplete in many ways including: unfinished/broken characters/swords/maps and so on.

Buy if you want to pay 15 bucks for a fighting game that's somewhat unique but with a dwindeling playerbase and all of the above.
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1253 hours. Help me.
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Publicado: 16 de Octubre
I have a rival, whenever I'm on we duel. It's a game like that. We are friends now.

I can't say that I've ever played a more challenging game. You have to find out how to make your own strategy. You must learn your battlefield, and kill your foe strategically.

Get this game since it's cheep af right now, and if you don't like it, you only lost 4 bucks.
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Publicado: 24 de Julio
Coming from a background of dueling games (DF2, JO/JA) I can say that this game is satisfying in that respect. There are four current classes with more on the way, and a handful of different weapons and variations on their appearances, including a diverse variety of steam workshop items, which is always a plus.

The game is quite enjoyable when you can find equal tiered players on the same level as you, where you can play the game in relative ease of mind, but there is a darker side to Blade Symphony, and that is its community of "veteran" players. So unfortunately, this is a game that I cannot recommend to those interested in getting into a dueling game, unless you have incredibly thick skin.

The community in this game, is in fact, not "great" as some of the highly ranked players have posted. If you check their steam names on the official Blade Symphony website, you'll see where they measure on the ladder and whether or not you can believe a word they say. The vast majority of the veteran players in this community are rude, immature, and generally disrespectful to new users. So its like any other game then, is what you're thinking.

And it is, sadly, this is what competitive gaming has become. Its nothing more than a festival of higher ups telling you how bad you are. This is something the devs need to regulate, because when it comes to admins on the official servers, there are none from what I've seen. Players can get away with the worst kind of behavior, and harassment of new players with great ease.

Now the short version: If you want a good fighting game with a good community, stay away from Blade Symphony. The game itself is good, but the community will leave you wanting to uninstall the game from their relentless immaturity, and rudeness.
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Imagine Blade Symphony as Japanese Classical Literature.
(+)
It's all about Artistic, Beauty, and Process.
Artistic : Stances, Wall-run, Sword/Characters Mastery
Beauty : Try pressing the "B" before battle
Process : For the first hrs or hundred hrs of gameplay, you'll literally get ur ♥♥♥ kicked by some old men...unless if ure a genius, well at least i'm not a genius.

(-)
-Sometimes animations are weird
-This game is pretty stupid when it runs on 140-150ms or higher.

since i don't know what i'm talking about, i'm gonna end this review.
9/10, play this game.
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This game is very funny. I tried it out when it was free at weekend and i can say that i love it. I bought it for 3.47 or something like that so I can improve.

For everyone who likes being a little bit competitive sometimes and wants to see progress in his work : Go buy it! The game doesn't really "help" u to get in the game. Tutorial gives u the basics and the Training sessions with bots are boring and easy. But as soon as u enter a server u will love it. U'll search for competetors and duel one after another. You will improve by every mistake and it won't get boring that fast, because everyone got his own fighting style... some go more agressive some stay more defensively ; sure u will say right now " then there are noobs who take forfeits in sitting in one corner" , and i can easily say that this is not true. Why u may ask? The game gives u everything u need to take or make forfeits. U can win every (EVERY) fight. I play with my brothers and friends and we compete with each other and others on the internet. The game is worth it's cost so go ahead and buy it.
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Have you ever played an MMO and sat in front of a town dueling all day and then thought "I wish this could be the whole game"? That's pretty much Blade Symphony in a nutshell. The sword gameplay is fun, although the animations are stiff. There's a couple of characters that can be somewhat customized. The online community is small, but they were friendly and enjoyed the game.

However if you're looking for ANY modes outside of 1vs1 dueling you won't get that here. The game has a lot of loss potential, especially with such nicely designed larger maps, due to its completely lack of versatility.
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I played a little, it was ok.
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I like blade symphony with 10 people or 100 people, there I said it, what are you going to do shoot me?

Aight let me lay down this thick dish of sweet and sour soup for you boys, blade symphony is a 3D fighting game, it means you got a lot more directions than a 2D one.

The game doesn't really mater to be honest, the reason it is fun is because of the players you fight, it's the competitive nature that makes you want to play blade symphony which is the reason why people snap at you, the only reason they play is to win. The game is really well built, its a solid game what can I say, sure the animations could use more work but it is very structurally sound, meaning it's perfect for a fighting game.

Its pretty damn balanced, meaning people will always find different things to ♥♥♥♥♥ about rather than uniteing over something being over-powered. Yeah people will agree that vanguard and longsword is overpowered, but after that it seems like free reign.

So what's my point? Well my point is, if you don't like a hardcore competitive nature in a game, then this is not for you. Hell at first I didn't like blade symphony untill I invested 10 hours into it, then it became like crack cocaine. It is not a game where you can cheese your way to victory over the best players, you have to actually improve at the game meaning that something that works again lesser skilled players doesn't work against the best.

The game has a pretty weird learning curve, I feel like at first it is not steep at all because your like "O boy this oak doesn't know what's comeing with my N1 heavy left and right phalanx play" but after that it is very steep once you realise that playstyle isn't a very viable way to play the game. So listen here buddy boy it gets harder, but I know you can pull through it, just like you pulled through reading this much bull-crap that doesn't matter. After you get over that and you realise that judge is the best charecter obviously and every other one is for shitlords, then you start haveing some real fun and you can dish out your e-peen among skeleton and zeo and watch them strip you bare and cold in the russian winter.

So what is my actual point, well, it's a game for people who want to be competitive in a pretty balanced game. You have to roll with the punches baby boy.

The reason I'm not reviewing the game so much as reviewing you is because this is simply one of the best games I have ever have the pleasure of playing, it is a gem covered in dirt in the middle of a secret ravine full of bipolar neckbeards. There are flaws but they are only apparent when you just start playing, as you play more and more you start to see it as this holy image of a perfect game.

The reason I see it like this is because it is just so damn solid overall, you have different ways of playing different charecters and you can try and make your way work. It is rage enduseing but in the good kind of way I guess. There are different sword types, attack paterns, since it's 3D you have different ways people manuver creating very interesting gameplay.

So to conclude this great speech of nothingness I guess it's up to you if you want to buy this game or not, hell I don't know if you will like it. You can take my word but I'm probably wrong maybe, if you tried this game and didn't like it, come back and give it a second chance please, it truly is a game that the community makes, and even with a small community it still is fun. Buy the game if you havn't right now its 9$, 200 hours is worth that money any day.

tl;dr: Me and zeo are actually secret lovers in a alternate reality
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When I bought this game, I loved it. It was fun to play a fighting game that, unlike mortal kombat (in example), did not require me to learn 80 buttons to do 1 move. So I will start with the positives. (long review I know, sorry, if anyone feels these are false please feel free to state your opinion. But this is how The game seems to me and many people I have heard in game) PS summary at the end (not very detailed but just my opinion on genral aspects I feel are flawed and my suggestion on whether or not to purchase the game)

-Characters to fit the individual. Characters have their own fighting styles which players can choose from to what they feel is right for them.
-Sword types that have their own unique properties which can be used to enhance a characters abilities depending on their match.
-Steam worshop for custom sword skins, because it's nice to have a good-looking sword along with a custom helmet.
-Easy to learn combat system- It is nice that opposed to pressing 2 buttons on each side of your keyboard, you just switch between 3 stances and attack while moving in one direction standard wasd and left mouse click. Easy and effective.

Now the negatives.
-FPS: not a problem for a while, but Many people start to have extreme fps drop and lag after playing for a certain amount of time. In my case i start to lag every 10 minutes, in which case I need to close it and restart steam to fix. Then it will be perfect again, not time consuming but bothersome.
-Character moves... Remember how I said characters are unique and fitted for different individuals, well that's a nice concept. If they were not so annoyingly over powered. The character Phalanx can attack at extreme distances that cannot be escaped and are hard to manuveur against, the character judgement can kill in 1-3 hits, Ryo (op as well but hes my character so my word is biased), Pure... not often complained about.
-Prior to certain updates some characters had extreme strenghts when people started complaining an update was made that bumped up every character... except Ryo (downgraded since he was the most complained about)
-Horrible parry system as of now. If an enemy attacks and is finished, but still has his sword touching the floor and you jump attack him/her you will be stunned because of the tracers left behind.
-Community: okay for the most part many people of high rank always like to talk down to those below them. I Earlier the players were much more helpful and wanted newbies to get better. Not really the case anymore...
-ALT-TABS I love this feature taking initeative. This game for me and many other people who have said it in game, always alt tabs for no reason and it always takes like 10 seconds to come back (in which case your most likely dead because the community is full of people who like to attack you while typing, or alt tabbed[maybe an accident but i doubt one who runs away then attacks when you stop moving is mistaken...])
-one glitch in city map where you get stuck if on certain side of the rooftop.
-Community friendly chat. People are nice to talk to but the conversations are 50% of the time just about how 1 character is too op (then in another server youll hear the exact opposite.) other 50% communit can be quite friendly.

Summary:
Blade Symphony is a game with great potential and can be a fun game. Ranking system should be, perhaps, more complex as it is to plain to be accurate. The characters are lacking balance and makes the game more about picking a character for each fight as opposed to allowing the individual to progress with the character they like the most. fps issue and certain bugs must be dealt with. Overall broken combat system makes this game less and less realistic as a fighting game (in that I mean this game is currently all about jumping and running around) to include the aweful parrying system and poor tracer effects. Perhaps a game I would suggest to buy on sale as I do hope that the devs will fix these issues in which case I feel this game could be very good. But I would not purchase it at full price. Other reviews may say otherwise but before wasting your money I hope you will take in consideration and actually think about the fact that onky 30-70 people actually play this game still.. (no understatement.) Leaving you with mainly empty servers. or servers a region/country that might not be near you that actually do have some people..
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Publicado: 14 de Diciembre
Vornag, Narny, CavortingOgre, Ashelin, viviff9, RickyWL, Xehanoth, Sergeant Stoner, Pedro.eXe, Onen, Icemax, Elmo, Divine, Hydra, Muffin, Avendril, Waifu, Ulan, tork612, Demotana, Sentient, Raffle, R3D343, Mr. Hali, Himura, Doby, Flow3r, Drammoth, Niky, Hoody, eBunny, Thesensasian, Nirvana, Zypre, Scarking, Raiser, Rain, Lycanhope112, Code

If anyone tells you the community is ♥♥♥♥, punch him in the face real hard. ^ All the cool people and more I've met in this game are 90% of my Steam friendslist.
Also the game is pretty good.
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Publicado: 29 de Noviembre
Someone make me stop playing this, please someonuhasdhjnvkcvc
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Publicado: 18 de Octubre
I've only played this game for a few hours, but dueling a messing around with friends has made this game worth the $16. Except I payed $4 for it. This game has workshop support with tons of weapons and character customization. I fully recommend to buy this game riiiight now because the 75% discount. If you aren't poor, $4 is nothing.
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Publicado: 19 de Octubre
Very awesome sword-fighting game. Tutorial teaches you the basics but the game has quite a deep combat system that will undoubtedly take a lot of practice to truly master. Combat has moments of slow and fast-paced action, with the focus of the game being around 1v1 and 2v2 dueling, as well as a FFA mode which is good for beginners. Each weapon and each character has its own style of fighting and combat is very direction-based. It requires strategy, thought and observation if you want to be great at it. The game's graphics are very nice and animation quality is top-notch. You can do a lot of very cool moves, from wall-running and jumping to combos and power attacks. There is a lot of room for community input, along with steam workshop integration. You can customise your characters and unlock various cosmetic skins for both weapons and armour.
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