I don’t think that I’ve mentioned it before, but more and more game developers and publishers from Asia are now contacting us. That’s also the reason why I/we even found out that there’s now a sequel to “Dark Sword“.
“Hello! Today is our big day of launch! Dark Sword has been released for both iOS and Android and is available for download.” – NANOO COMPANY
Nice! But what exactly is “Dark Sword 2” all about then? Well, here’s a short game description plus some of the game’s features:
“In the world ruled by machines hacked by Azi Dahaka, join the rebellion with female cyborgs, Fatima, and save the human race.”
– Enhanced Graphics: Incredible dark silhouette action RPG in sci-fi world setting, Dark Sword is back with even more vibrant graphics and quality. Enjoy the beauty of dark silhouette action.
– Advanced Gameplay: You are not alone! Form a 3-member squad and battle! Play more powerfully with the tag system and co-op team mode. Hack & slash gameplay has been enhanced as well.
– Diverse Characters: Deploy female cyborgs, Fatima, each possessed with different skills and abilities, and play strategically using tags and compatibility rates between each Fatima.
rates between each Fatima.
– Massive Content: Enjoy over 100 missions with unique cyborg monsters and powerful bosses of overwhelming sizes. Make Fatima more powerful by acquiring various parts, items, and battle gears.
– Play offline and on low-spec devices: Although gameplay, graphics, and content have all been enhanced, the game still runs optimally on low-spec devices without taking up much storage space.
– Offline Mode: Enjoy the game without Internet.
In other words, if you like the sound of that (and the “Dark Sword 2” gameplay trailer down below), then you might want to give “Dark Sword 2” a try =) (the game is free-to-play, so you don’t have to pay anything in-order to play the game)
And with that said, what’s your take on “Dark Sword 2”?
Let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below!
Robin “V-Act” Ek
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