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Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun [Steam, GOG] is the next game from Mimimi Productions that will see you command a team of deadly ninjas. It looks awesome and it's great to see it get a release date.

I love the graphical style and the gameplay certainly seems interesting, not long to wait until it arrives!

Have any of you been following it? Let us know what you think in the comments.

About the game
Japan – Edo Period; 1620. Five highly specialized assassins fight for the Shogun in his war against conspiracy and rebellion. Take control of this deadly team and sneak through the shadows between dozens of enemies. Choose your approach when infiltrating mighty castles, snowy mountain monasteries or hidden forest camps. Set up traps, poison your opponents or completely avoid contact. You decide! Article taken from
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Aryvandaar 22 Sep, 2016
This is one of the few games on my steam wishlist.
Keyrock 22 Sep, 2016
As a big fan of Commandos and Desperados, I am very excited for this game.
Shmerl 22 Sep, 2016
Ah, I was waiting for this one. Good to see that it's coming out on GOG.
Plintslîcho 22 Sep, 2016
Yep, I'm really looking forward for this game.
Feist 22 Sep, 2016
High up on my wishlist. This is looking really good, a bit like "Mark of the Ninja" only in a 3D environment and just...way more "cool" in apperance.
junktext 22 Sep, 2016
Nice! Looks pretty cool.
sypher7 4 Dec, 2016
I saw this on a Blender group on Facebook. As well as being available for Linux, they apparently used Blender for all of the 3D assets and character animations. Pretty neat!
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