Previews Where Winds Meet

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merp

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Reminds me of Gujian 3.



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Where Winds Meet is set during the beginning of the Northern Song Dynasty period of Chinese history, at the end of the 10th century C.E. The player takes on the role of a wandering swordsman during this age of war and conflict. The player must decide between upholding their own moral code or giving into a world of blade and blood.

The mix of historical setting and characters with elements of fantasy will remind many gamers of the Assassin’s Creed franchise which has seen remarkable success in its historical fiction approach to storytelling.


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Here some other games by Chinese devs that you all might like:

Sword & Fairy: Together Forever



Gujian 3



Naraka: Bladepoint



Eh, and I guess Genshin Impact. ¯\(ツ)
 

Jahranimo

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Between this and Rise of the Ronin we're gonna be eating with these Feudal Japan-era samurai games. Thank you Ghost of Tsushima! (And maybe Sekiro?)

And probably some others too from ages ago.
 

Supreme Overlord

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This looks like it could be neat. It's incredible that we haven't seen more in such style, following the rich history of China, even in a more wuxia sort of implementation. The Song Dynasty time period holds a lot of potential, especially -- for instance, it looks like this might make use of the recent invention of gunpowder, along with the political and wartime intrigue.

Between this and Rise of the Ronin we're gonna be eating with these Feudal Japan-era samurai games. Thank you Ghost of Tsushima! (And maybe Sekiro?)

And probably some others too from ages ago.
Feudal Japan era is going to be roughly 200 years and a a hop, skip, and short swim across the Sea of Japan away.

But that is another setting that always seemed should get more attention.
 

Jahranimo

Bob-omb
This looks like it could be neat. It's incredible that we haven't seen more in such style, following the rich history of China, even in a more wuxia sort of implementation. The Song Dynasty time period holds a lot of potential, especially -- for instance, it looks like this might make use of the recent invention of gunpowder, along with the political and wartime intrigue.


Feudal Japan era is going to be roughly 200 years and a a hop, skip, and short swim across the Sea of Japan away.

But that is another setting that always seemed should get more attention.
Yeah sorry, I guess I keep lumping them together based on the obvious Ghost of Tsushima inspiration.
 


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