HonestGamers.com Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage Review

Two assassins battle their on the PC way past numerous enemies in a fantastic Chinese setting.

HonestGamers.com takes PC Action game Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage through its paces.  Says the game is great hack’n’slash fun and gives 8 out of 10.

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Victory bestows rewards that go beyond mere survival, as you accrue cash and souls for each squelched villain. Between stages, you can exchange your riches for special accessories or upgrades that hone your swordsmanship. At the slim cost of a couple thousand souls and a common bronze idol, for example, your piddly hacks can develop into fatal cleaves. I had enough of a blast that should Soul and Shang return to Steam with their swords drawn, I’ll be there to respond by brandishing my debit card. Still, it would have been nice to know what was going on throughout the storyline, to maybe even grow to appreciate the characters and their plight rather than admiring them strictly for their excellent swordplay.

This PC game is now out on Steam and other top digital distribution platforms and packs a lot of action for $15.

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HonestGamers.com Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage Review
Two assassins battle their on the PC way past numerous enemies in a fantastic Chinese setting.

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