What if war was civilized? What if it was structured, ritualized and — though still brutally violent — maybe even a bit romantic?
Bethesda Softworks and developer BattleCry Studios attempt to answer that thought exercise with BattleCry, a stylish multiplayer combat game that’s less your typical online shooter and more of a melee-focused brawler.
BattleCry is an online multiplayer action game for PC in which up to 32 players battle in team-based combat. It’s heavily stylized, class-based and full of colorful characters. For shorthand, think Team Fortress 2, but instead of rifles, rocket launchers and miniguns, players battle each other with swords, crossbows and beefy metal fists.
Some of the many Elder Scrolls characters carried over to later games, courtesy of OccupyTamriel.
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I wish that I was from one of those. No, I’m just a regular ol’ citizien that loves Bethesda games.
Taking a closer look at the new Wolfenstein game, I absolutely love what they did with the protagonist. How do you modernize a pixelated iron jaw blonde hero from 21 years ago? Like this. It’s really well done.
I don’t think I remember seeing this solved better in any other remake/reboot before it.