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.
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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

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • 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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12 von 15 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
8.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Januar
Developed by a group of chinese developers. This is one of those very much underrated game out there. Maybe coz it is developed by a relatively unknown company that not much people is playing it. But it is definitely one of the best hack n slash game. You can use two different characters with totally two different skill sets. Certain boss are best defeated by one of the characters and you are allowed to switch to the one during in game fighting. Definitely highly recommended. A pity developers bail out from creating part 2 due to lack of sales ... Great game.
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
31.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Juni
A hidden shiny gem made by a chinese team. This game is fusion between Muramasa the Demon Blade + Devil May Cry series, which are two of my favourite games. You got 2 main characters that basically are Dante & Vergil , their gameplay style and even a bit their personality are similar to our sons of sparda. It really feels like you are playing DMC on a plataform 2D style, and there is where it also feels like playing Muramasa.

So it is a pretty cool fun hack'n'slash stylish game. Which I gladly reccomend it to everyone. The sad thing is that the publisher ruined it, the game didn't sell well and the team moved out to mobiles. I wish one day they release new games and sequences that already exist on PC verson as well.

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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Mai 2014
Anspiel-Test

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...
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1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
164.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. November 2013
Basically it's a side-scrolling Devil May Cry. It features 2 characters with 2 distinct combat styles (think of Dante and Vergil; in fact, Shang could be Vergil’s distant cousin from China — his Kee swords bear great resemblance to Summoned Swords), style-based combat system, and great visuals. Sadly, translation is atrocious, there are many typos and in some instances English text doesn't even remotely correspond to Chinese audio. Also, story is somewhat basic and clichéd. But the gameplay is great, combat is satisfying, so if you're a fan of hack and slash games (like me), Mirage is a must have. If you're not, well, at least give it a try.
P.S. Oh, and don't be fooled by “Local co-op” label on Steam — Mirage has only “Duel” mode available from the start. In order to unlock “Boss Rush” and “Tower” (Bloody Palace) modes you have to finish the story first. There's no co-op for story mode…
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29 von 37 Personen (78%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
10.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. November 2013
Nice graphic, nice action combos and effects. As a chinese, I think the voicecasts are not good, and the english translation is also not as good as I expected.
It's a good game anyway.
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