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Onimusha comes to PC in early 2019



Older PS2 Games Onimusha: Warlords Comes To PC January 15, 2019, Capcom revealed today. You can watch a trailer over.

Capcom promises HD graphics, a widescreen display, analog sticks support (the 2001 original did not have this if I remember) and a new audio track. You can also play in simple mode from the start, while the original only offered the option after you had died a number of times. It costs $ 20, and while the feature list is not particularly exciting to me, I'm sure some finishers will welcome the opportunity to own it on PC.

Onimusha, if you were not there during the early game-starved days of PS2 that preceded the release of GTA 3 in 2001

, was a Resident Evil-like game that swapped weapons for big swords and zombies for leafworking monsters. It contained a similar mix of fixed camera angles, puzzles and combat. While the first entry was pretty good, the other one, which has one of the best examples of a branch story I have ever seen in a game, is one of an undesirable masterpiece. Fingers crossed the rest of the series coming over then. Somehow, five Onimusha titles were released on home consoles for six years back in the PS2 era before the series disappeared with Dawn of Dreams in 2006.

This is not the first time that Onimusha has come to PC. According to PC Gaming Wiki, a version was released only in Asia and Russia back in 2003. Onimusha 3, came to PC back in 2006, and got a 73% score from UK magazine for its problems.

Capcom has up and down shapes with re-releases on PC. I thought the Devil May Cry trilogy port felt quite cheap, for example, while Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 got the thumbs up from Tyler last year. I suppose we see which side this falls on.


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