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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.
Veröffentlichung: 11 Nov. 2013
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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


    • 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
    • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
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Suchtpotential : mäßig, nicht grade überragend

Optik / Athmosphäre :
hübsche hintergründe, sprites der Charaktere sind ordentlich aber wie schon die Ruheanimation zeitg sind hier wenige Frames auf die Sprites verwendet worden, keine sonderlich flüssige animation, erinnert damit ungewollt an SNES JRPGs...

Charaktere :
zwei konkurrierende Gestalten, optisch sehr ähnlich, einer mehr "Haudrauf" einer mehr "Style" durch beschworene Schwerter die um ihn schweben und die er auf Feinde hetzt?
Nun DMC lässt nicht nur hier massiv Grüßen. Die Bewertungen für Style mit Buchstaben sind auch ein untrüglicher Hinweis auf das Vorbild. Leider sind es aber eben nicht Dante und Virgill, sondern eher Jing und Jang der Chinesischen Zeichentrick-Schnetzelei. Eben etwas Farblos.

Ersteindruck :
Interessant, wenngleich nicht der große Wurf, wer hier wirklich DMC Fun erwartet wird enttäuscht, die etwas ruppige Steuerung und die langwierigen Chinesischen Sprachszenen sind nicht grade zuträglich.

weitere Bemerkungen :
* Beispiel für "Unsinniges Design": Im Hauptraum in dem man sich auf Missionen vorbereitet, Skills kauft usw kann man den aktiven Charakter wechseln und eben wie gesagt einkaufen, schade nur, dass man hier dem Spieler noch den letzten Nerv raubt, durch langsame Laufanimationen durch einen unsinnig groß gestalteten Raum.

* Warum um alles in der Welt Chinesische Sprachausgabe, wenn die Sequenzen dröges dastehen bedeuten? Nichts gegen etwas O-Ton charme, aber nicht, wenn dies eben das einzige ist, worauf sich die Sinne richten können...

Fazit: Wer Devil May Cry mochte, aber noch lieber das SNES Shinobi hatte ist hier nicht schlecht beraten, wer dann noch Chinesisch kann oder diese Sprachblubberszenen erträgt kann beruhigt zugreifen, jedoch ist's kein Verlust wenn man dieses Spiel nicht gespielt hat...
Verfasst: 9 Mai 2014
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+ Solid combo based combat
+ Beautiful visual design
+ Epic boss battles
+ Great soundtrack
+ Fun dialogue

- Technical issues
- Boring level design
Verfasst: 11 März 2014
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If you love Muramasa: The Demon Blade, then you'll love Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage.^_^
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Engrish translation? Check.
Pretty nice soundtrack? Check.
Fancy slashing combo system with diversity of two characters? Check.
If you want a game with fun combat and unnecessarily hard platforming, this might be a game for you.
Verfasst: 1 Juli 2014
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My initial experience after spending first 30min into this game are the same as the review from [FR] CXZman. Here is the break down for those too lazy to look it up:

+ Gorgeous art, game style, great ideas
+ Game seems fluid in its own right, animations are well done
+ Swapping between 2 characters with different fighting styles is a cool idea and adds another aspect to the fighting strategy

- There is no learning curve you are thrown into the deep water immediately. The "tutorial" which serves also as a prologue is a joke. Little messages that pop up are shown for exactly 1s, by the time you noticed them they are gone, and you are left to dig through the menus and learn what keys apply to what, how and where.
- Controls are absolutely horrendous. This is by far my biggest gripe. There are 2 attack buttons, one special action, one super action, jump button and directional controls. Now to navigate 80% of the level you need to double jump. Depending on your character its either JUMP + Shadeshift + Direction (3 buttons to jump that must be comboed correctly every single damn time) or even worse Summon Sword (Special + 2nd Attack) THEN jump + jump. Heavy attack seems to follow no timing with light attacks and all you end up doing is mashing your keyboard or keypad trying to make your character do something.
- The story is so convoluted and opaque that it might as well have been left with chinese audio as is, with subtitles turned off.
- The platforms on which you walk/jump on blend in with the background making it stupidly easily to mistake are you going to fall off screen or land on a platform.


I wanted to get into this so much, but with every played minute I was more disgusted. Once I painfully reached the first boss all I got was my ♥♥♥ handed to me and I was done. I might revisit the game just to see if it helps any on the 2nd pass, but right now I am thoroughly dissapointed. Proper tutorial, much slower and gradual introduction. Giving the player a chance to learn the moves, combos and game mechanics would have made a huge difference. As it is now, its just a pretty piece of crap.

Edit: On second attempt, I made it to the 2nd big boss just barely, and my opinion is still the same. The game is unplayable to me and deeply frustrating, uninstall and going into the trash pile.
Verfasst: 5 März 2014
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