Blade Symphony on Steam debated

By Alan Ng - May 15, 2014

If you enjoy playing the latest Indie games, then you may be interested in checking out Blade Symphony which has just been released for PC on Steam recently. There has been some debate though on whether the game is worth a buy, however early Blade Symphony reviews suggest that it may be what you are looking for.

Those looking for a game that focuses in on sword fighting elements may take a liking to Blade Symphony. It’s available now on Steam as part of the early access program and costs $14.99 to download.

Players can choose between four main classes, each coming with a varied fighting style and different animations – these are Phalanx, A fencer gladiator hybrid, Judgement – A knight crossed with a samurai, Ryoku – A vagrant street ninja and Pure – a wushu style assassin.

Those who played and enjoyed Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast will probably grow to love Blade Symphony and you can’t really go wrong for $14.99. However there has been some criticism for the game early on, particularly from one video which we stumbled across recently on our social searches.

The review by YouTube’s Worth a Buy series casts the game in a negative light, by ultimately saying that Blade Symphony is a waste of time. However, it appear that commenters are divided on whether this is a fair outcome of the game and we want to hear from you now on your own opinions of the game.

Blade Symphony has only been out for a week. Are you enjoying it, or are you already regretting the $15 purchase? Leave your thoughts below.

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