Take on the role of a warrior maiden forced to hunt down her best friend who has stolen a sacred demon blade. End the feud between two warrior maidens and the demon sword between them, told through high speed action!
Nutzerreviews:
Kürzlich:
Sehr positiv (47 Reviews) - 80% der 47 Nutzerreviews der letzten 30 Tage sind positiv.
Insgesamt:
Sehr positiv (2,349 Reviews) - 84 % der 2,349 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 10. März 2014

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21. Januar

Ver 1.1.3.0 Update

  • Simplified Chinese added to available languages.
  • Fixed bugs relating to graphic processing.
  • Fixed bug where achievements were earned before the proper conditions were met.

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Reviews

“The combat is visceral and controls are fluid and responsive.”
Game Luster

“Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae has this wonderful little trick to it that is rare in action games; it almost bullies you into learning how to play it properly.”
Game Grin

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The smash hit action game from Comic Market 84 is finally available on Steam!

Misa is a Blade Templar, a secret defender of humanity, who happens to be a high school student. When her classmate, Suzuka, succumbs to the dark seduction of the Demon Blade, Misa releases she must protect the world at all costs. Already the evil sword is draining Suzuka's life force and, if Misa cannot destroy the Blade alone, she very well may need to strike down her friend.

Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae focuses on high-speed arena-based action. Use lightning fast sword slashes, hand-to-hand attacks and mysterious ancient techniques to defeat wave after wave of demonic foes. Be prepared: the enemies are relentless and will attack from all sides. If you aren't prepared to strike and roll, you'll be overwhelmed in no time flat.

Weaken your enemies with vicious wounds, employ hand-to-hand techniques to build your katana gauge, then cut deep with your divine blade. A spectacular flurry of blades will take down even the largest crowd of NPCS! After beating them bloody, sheathe your sword to finish them off with style. Be warned: if the enemy isn't "bleeding," then they'll take the opportunity to strike you mid-pose!

Use skill points to learn new skills, upgrade your abilities, and take on brutal bosses. Every playthrough of Mitsurugi will grow you as a player until your success if guaranteed! And if the game suddenly becomes too easy, there are three difficulty levels to test your mettle. Good luck!

Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Prozessor: Intel CORE2 2GHz or better (recommended)
    • Arbeitsspeicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: Directx 9.0c (Shader Model3.0 or better)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Speicherplatz: 200 MB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
    Empfohlen:
    • Grafik: Geforce 9600GT or better
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Kürzlich:
Sehr positiv (47 Reviews)
Insgesamt:
Sehr positiv (2,349 Reviews)
Kürzlich verfasst
Optimus
( 15.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 26. Juni
Being a fan of the Hack and Slash genre it's safe to say that Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae isn't a bad game for its price, especially when it is on sale. It is a stage arena arcade style game

Pros
- Fluid combat system
- Quick intense gameplay
- Unique ablities and combos
- Graphics are fairly decent
- Strangely very addictive
- Surprisely Challenging on the hardest difficulties

Cons
- No real Lock-on System except an auto one, however this isn't a major issue in the game
- Camera Angles can go dodgy when pushed into a corner
- No real story, its very basic and lackluster
- Enemy designs aren't nice
- Very short Campaign with no other modes just harder difficulties

Overall It is a stage arena arcade style game with some flare and for its price i cannot fault it to much

7/10
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Askura
( 0.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 26. Juni
Fun hack and slash
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Commander
( 1.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 24. Juni
Im Leben kann sich viel ändern. Neuer Job, neue Liebe oder auch ein Unfall oder etwas ähnlich Trauriges.
Eins bleibt aber immer gleich: Schulmädchen töten Dämonen mit Katanas. Das ist ein Grundsatz der Existenz.
Und deswegen gibt es Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae.

Suzuka mopst die "Dämonenklinge", also muss Misa das Schwert zurückholen. Dass sie als gelernte Dämonenjägerin dafür Dutzende Bösewichte zerschneiden muss ist Teil der Handlung – so gehts los...

Bei Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae dreht es sich ausschließlich um den Kampf. Es wird verzichtet sowohl auf eine tiefgehende Geschichte als auch auf das laufen zwischen Schauplätzen. Stattdessen reiht es Arenakämpfe aneinander. Und spätestens, wenn sie zu geübter Fingerakrobatik durch Gruppen starker Gegner tanzt, ist Misa kein hässliches Entlein, sondern eine elegante Schwertmeisterin, die einem doch ab und zu schmunzeln lässt.

Für mich ein Super Game zum Stressabbau
Habs mir mal im Sale geholt.

Controler wird definitiv empfohlen :-)
Die Tasten Belegung ist variabel einstellbar
Es sind auch diverse Controler profile vorgespeichert.

Wenn man das Spiel mal beherrscht, macht es einfach einen riesigen Spaß durch die Gegner zu wirbeln,
Der Tuturial Modus ist gut zum reinfinden und zum austesten wie Kombos am besten rumgehn.
Macht Fun und erinnert mich an alte Arcade Automaten.
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Hixxy
( 4.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 24. Juni
Fun arena / Brawler thats fairly short, but a challenge on harder difficulty's you unlock each time you complete the game.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Firehawk
( 21.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 23. Juni
There's something strikingly beautiful in an attractive woman who stares into your eyes with an unyielding will as in a fateful encounter you meet her under within the nightscape of a deserted town, as she's surrounded by silhouettes not belonging to the world of the common people. A proud and graceful maiden of uncanny skill as she carries herself with solemn determination, vowing to find her childhood friend and save her from the artifact that has her in its grasp. It is a story of a young girl who braves the shadows of the night, wielding her blade as if its part of her body, making her existence much like an unsheated sword. Drawn to its beauty while keenly aware that there is no turning back once entering her world, yet I do so without hesitation for it is my wish to be with her. Thus it begins.

It was made very clear from there that this game is not a 2D fighter, where you fight computer controlled enemies or other players in a side view window. You play as a maiden of ancient sword arts who describes in a short prologue animation who she is an who she's looking for. It quickly switches to the first stage of her mission through the night, an arena somewhere in a city placed in a square between skyscrapers. The graphics is definitely one of the best qualities of MKH, since not only it is in full 3D, but it shows nicely drawn environments which range from the heart of a large town to traditional Shinto shrines hidden reminiscent of olden ages, complete with either sunsets or cherry blossom trees. The sword skills the can be played are also very nice with the particles of light denoting the attacks making for some really flashy plays.
Choosing the set of clothes for her is also a great feature, since it gives the chance to play in various costumes, though her default school uniform is still definitely the best. Nonetheless there are several more depicting different styles and personalities, and while it doesn't give Skyrim level possibilities of choices, it's a pretty good way to make for a good atmosphere. You can't make panty shots while she's wearing a hakama though.

It also has a great gameplay, where our Blade Templar launches devastatingly beautiful attacks in iaido style, all of which are executed in such a manner that it can only be described as awe inspiring. To use these moves, one has to first unlock them and other upgrades in a menu with the SP collected by eliminating the groups of opponents persistent on stopping us before we can reach the bosses who provide a more interesting challenge. These come in five setting.

-Easy
-Normal
-Hard
-Very Hard
-Inferno

It should be noted that not only does the number of enemies increase with each of them along with the damage inflicted, but on the highest even the slightest scratch is enough instantly kill our brave warrior, so being very fast is essential in clearing it, lest you wear yourself out by repeatedly trying the same waves to no avail later. One could say however that this is one of the real charms of the gameplay, since it provides actually good rounds where you have to be very careful and as such, give a great feeling when the combo does succeed.

For the musical selection, each stage has its own that fits in very well, playing catchy songs that are very good at making us itching to fight, taking on a more modern approach than some would expect but it actually makes for a better experience so there was no need to make it differently. Voice acting is also great, if a little short due to not having many chances to hear it, as Mitsurugi itself is a small game, so it is not a big surprise.

Replayability is also good, though it painfully lacks an option to fight other players in multiplayer, or a survival mode where you fight the various hordes until they either overwhelm you or defeat them through a number of rounds. A few more stages also would have been nice, since the few the matches take place on can be cleared in a matter of hours even on the highest difficulty setting. And with no mods available, we can't even turn to to community for help like with many popular games we do.

But an even more painful side is how the story is handled. They just closed it without providing any kind of epilogue that settles the mission, making it feel kind of meaningless since after the last boss it shortly returns to the title screen. Really now, they should have made a real ending, not this as it shows how much better it could have been if the developers didn't want to finish it as quickly as they could, though being an indie game made for ComiKet it's still amazing with how it grabs the player's attention.

Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae is one of those games that are unknown to most, yet famous for those who like the genre since it has great possibilities, lots of fun, and if done well pure awesomeness. Definitely recommended for those who like fighting games, and even more so when it goes on sale. So draw your sword, move in the night and leave nothing but corpses behind!
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IC3YGAMING
( 0.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 23. Juni
About as simplistic as a hack n' slash game can get, no true story mode to speak of, and the controls aren't the greatest on keyboard (would definately reccomend a controller for this one). But the combat is solid, the main character is sexy af and the boss designs are pretty nice. Don't expect too much other than to be mildly titilated by the sexy schoolgirl protagonist and to have simplistic yet fun combat and you'll be happy. Nab this one if it goes on sale cause it's a steal if you can get it for under $5.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Bayomedic (Funfest)
( 2.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 23. Juni
This game isn't bad, but it isn't good either, it's somewhere along the middle.
It's a beat em up game is all I can say.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
CYBORG
( 9.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 20. Juni
Cool game!
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Felsic
( 2.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 20. Juni
Quality product that keeps you up for a long period, only 10/10
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PKBWGSC
( 1.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 16. Juni
This... really needs some heavy polishing.
First off - the game mechanics. It's quick. That's good. Some inconsistencies - not so good.
Example - sometimes katana will randomly not hit an enemy within the hitbox range. So while you're slashing at say, a small group, one can get behind you and hit you, then you get fked by the whole group.
It's the combat system, while solid, is somewhat linear - even with upgrades from the shop.
This is reinforced by the fact that you only fight in a small circular arena.
The input for some of the upgraded attacks are awkward as well.
Example: while running executing a melee attack will trigger a flash kick. Good, but attacking melee in any way while in a running animation will force a flash kick - something that takes a lot of frames to go through with some end lag.

A lot of other things to comment on, but these are the major. Essentially, it's a solid game mechanically that could use a few touchups here and there to make it better, Some more tweaking of the game could make it a solid 8/10 at the very least.
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8.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. Mai
A poor man's version of Devil May Cry. Literally.

Go play this game if you like:

1. Hack and Slash with flashy combos.
2. Arena-like progression mechanic.

Don't play if you don't like:

1. Stiff and tough character animations.
2. Non existent story. There's story in the game, but for the sake of it.
3. Limited graphic options. Game is running at 60 FPS, but resolution support is ♥♥♥♥ poor. There's no native laptop resolution 1366x768 or resolution higher than 1080p. Understandable though, since this is a low budget. At least it runs smoothly at max settings available in-game.

The game has been on sale and bundled multiple times, so you can definitely get it much cheaper than the listing price.

A gamepad is important when playing Mitsurugi, but not necessary, For hack and slash genre, though, it's like you try to write with your weaker hand if you insist on playing with KB/M.

I can definitely recommend the game, despite its flaws.
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12.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Mai
WARNING: This game is short

I\'m talking about 2-5 hours at most. Depending on how fast you pick it up, and how much you plan to play.

Skilled player could beat the story in about 20 min no doubt.

Still, fun as hellm, stylized action game. Would love to see something like this with more content, but oh well.

Think Ninja Gaiden/Devil May Cry but more anime.
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21.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Juni
There's something strikingly beautiful in an attractive woman who stares into your eyes with an unyielding will as in a fateful encounter you meet her under within the nightscape of a deserted town, as she's surrounded by silhouettes not belonging to the world of the common people. A proud and graceful maiden of uncanny skill as she carries herself with solemn determination, vowing to find her childhood friend and save her from the artifact that has her in its grasp. It is a story of a young girl who braves the shadows of the night, wielding her blade as if its part of her body, making her existence much like an unsheated sword. Drawn to its beauty while keenly aware that there is no turning back once entering her world, yet I do so without hesitation for it is my wish to be with her. Thus it begins.

It was made very clear from there that this game is not a 2D fighter, where you fight computer controlled enemies or other players in a side view window. You play as a maiden of ancient sword arts who describes in a short prologue animation who she is an who she's looking for. It quickly switches to the first stage of her mission through the night, an arena somewhere in a city placed in a square between skyscrapers. The graphics is definitely one of the best qualities of MKH, since not only it is in full 3D, but it shows nicely drawn environments which range from the heart of a large town to traditional Shinto shrines hidden reminiscent of olden ages, complete with either sunsets or cherry blossom trees. The sword skills the can be played are also very nice with the particles of light denoting the attacks making for some really flashy plays.
Choosing the set of clothes for her is also a great feature, since it gives the chance to play in various costumes, though her default school uniform is still definitely the best. Nonetheless there are several more depicting different styles and personalities, and while it doesn't give Skyrim level possibilities of choices, it's a pretty good way to make for a good atmosphere. You can't make panty shots while she's wearing a hakama though.

It also has a great gameplay, where our Blade Templar launches devastatingly beautiful attacks in iaido style, all of which are executed in such a manner that it can only be described as awe inspiring. To use these moves, one has to first unlock them and other upgrades in a menu with the SP collected by eliminating the groups of opponents persistent on stopping us before we can reach the bosses who provide a more interesting challenge. These come in five setting.

-Easy
-Normal
-Hard
-Very Hard
-Inferno

It should be noted that not only does the number of enemies increase with each of them along with the damage inflicted, but on the highest even the slightest scratch is enough instantly kill our brave warrior, so being very fast is essential in clearing it, lest you wear yourself out by repeatedly trying the same waves to no avail later. One could say however that this is one of the real charms of the gameplay, since it provides actually good rounds where you have to be very careful and as such, give a great feeling when the combo does succeed.

For the musical selection, each stage has its own that fits in very well, playing catchy songs that are very good at making us itching to fight, taking on a more modern approach than some would expect but it actually makes for a better experience so there was no need to make it differently. Voice acting is also great, if a little short due to not having many chances to hear it, as Mitsurugi itself is a small game, so it is not a big surprise.

Replayability is also good, though it painfully lacks an option to fight other players in multiplayer, or a survival mode where you fight the various hordes until they either overwhelm you or defeat them through a number of rounds. A few more stages also would have been nice, since the few the matches take place on can be cleared in a matter of hours even on the highest difficulty setting. And with no mods available, we can't even turn to to community for help like with many popular games we do.

But an even more painful side is how the story is handled. They just closed it without providing any kind of epilogue that settles the mission, making it feel kind of meaningless since after the last boss it shortly returns to the title screen. Really now, they should have made a real ending, not this as it shows how much better it could have been if the developers didn't want to finish it as quickly as they could, though being an indie game made for ComiKet it's still amazing with how it grabs the player's attention.

Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae is one of those games that are unknown to most, yet famous for those who like the genre since it has great possibilities, lots of fun, and if done well pure awesomeness. Definitely recommended for those who like fighting games, and even more so when it goes on sale. So draw your sword, move in the night and leave nothing but corpses behind!
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3.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Mai 2015
wer auf, ich sags mal vorsichtig, etwas einfallslosen button gedrücke steht. dem kan man dieses spiel empfehlen.
bissel blocken (wenn überhaupt, ne rolle oder hüpfen sollte auch helfen), 3-4 button drücken und schon kann man paar feinde umhauen.
einige errungenschaften werden nach dem beenden des spiels gelistet, sodass dann viele mit der gleichen uhrzeit auftauchen (kommt auf die länge der spielsitzung an)
mir persönlich macht es spass. wartet am besten auf ein angebot, so wie ich.
sammelkarten gibts obendrein.
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3.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. April 2014
Bei diesem Spiel heisst es einfach darufkloppen die Gegner sind ungefähr so helle wie ein stück Brot oder die Ki von Call of duty.

Es sieht für seine 217 mb sehr gut aus und es gibt einige Skills die man erlernen muss kleine Cutscenes ( Japanisch ) eine gute Synchronisation wie ich bis jetzt gesehen habe nur der Schwierigkeitsgrad ist find eich etwas zu hoch.

Ich hatte bis zum zweiten Boss auf Normal gespielt diesen habe ich aber nicht besiegen können so sah ich mich gezwungen auf Leicht einzustellen.

Alles in Allem ist es ein netter Zeitvertreib wenn man mal Langeweile hat nur die KI ist doof, die Gegner sind nicht vielfälltig ( anders eingefärbt neuer Gegner ) und der Schwierigkeitsgrad ist recht hoch auf Normal.
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16.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. Februar
Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae ist ein Hack'n'Slash in seiner reinster Form, 5 Levels, die ersten 4 Levels jeweils 4 Wellen und dann der Boss, Level 5 2 Bosse, alles in allem insgesamt 4 Std für den kompletten durchgang wenn man gut ist und 3 Schwirkkeitsgrade Easy,Nomral und Hard.

Das Spiel ist direkt, kaum Story, solide Optik halt nur pur Game.

Man schaltet fähigkeiten Frei die zum Kampfsystem zukommen und nach und nach seine volle Blüte erreicht was man einfach sagen muss das dass Gameplay echt gut ist.

Man schaltet noch 3 Köstume frei die nur Kosmetische eigenschaften haben.

Sowohl X-Box als auch PS4 Controller werden voll unterstützt.

Fazit:
Für 9,99€ eher was für die Hack'n'Slash Fans wie Devil May Cry, Bayonetta oder Metal Gear Rising, bock auf Pure Action genschnetzel haben oder Otaku's bzw. Japanische Action Games mögen alle andere bei einem Sale reinschauen den das Gameplay ist verdammt gut und hätte mehr potenziall in einem großeren Game gehabt so aber kriegt man hier ein gutes, kleines Action Game.
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6.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Juni 2014
Geil :D Simples Draufkloppen für zwischendurch :D
Würde mich über erweiterungen Freuen.
Spielzeit ist leider etwas kurz geraten aber wenn man alle Errungenschaften und alle Upgrads haben will hat man einig stunden zutun.
Aber ne Fortsetzung währ geil.
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2.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. August 2015
-Schönes Spiel
-Schöne Grafik
-Kleine Story


Also auf jedenfall für den preis von nur 2,49 wert kann ich nur weiterepmfehlen weil es auch ps3 controler support hat :)
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27.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Juni 2014
Dieses Spiel hat mich so schnell wie ich das Spiel gekauft habe beeindruckt. Erstens gefällt mir die perfekt verliehene Synchronisationen der Synchronsprecher, da sie beispielsweise vollkommen auf die Mundbewegungen des Hauptcharakters abgestimmt ist. Zweitens hat mich die Vielfalt der Combos und die coole Art wie die Heldin des Spieles ausweicht (Dies macht die mithilfe eines eleganten Purzelbaumes sehr grazil) beeindruckt und zum Weiterspielen verführt. Fazit: Die Story läuft zwar immer im selben Muster ab, aber dafür wird das Spiel durch das Schwierigkeitsgrad ( was sehr viel Spaß verspricht, da eine Herausforderung den Nervenkitzel eines Menschen hervorruft) wieder ausgeglichen. Zu guter letzt gefällt mir der Preis dieses Spiels, weil es billig ist kann man Geld sparen und hat dennoch ein sagenhaftes Spielerlebnis, echt jetzt.
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0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Mai 2015
o.o Wooot erstmal Steuerung besser setzen
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