Bushido: Legend of the Samurai is an Action/Melee Combat game set during during the turbulent feudal period of medieval Japan.

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BogdanM
BogdanM Aug 18 2014, 4:19pm says:

Really impressive! I follow the game in silence but it's gonna be a day 1 buy/pre-order/early beta purchase whatever. I'll easily pay 50$ if the rest of the game is of the same quality! Good job guys!

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sam.ibbitson
sam.ibbitson Aug 18 2014, 4:57pm replied:

Thanks BogdanM :D!

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RoyalWatcher
RoyalWatcher Aug 18 2014, 4:25pm says:

Walking is just like I imagened, manly as hell !
Hand over the weapon actually feels like he is ready to chop people down.
But their something slow with hand while running or maybe its just me. I guess its normal running other than sprint ?

Ninja-Monks

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ahmedmed
ahmedmed Aug 18 2014, 7:26pm says:

i thought you were going to make the the game more like cartoonish but i was wrong, thankfully !!

as for the animation"WIP i know",it looks good but u should make it more smooth if and possible to add variety :)

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ahmedmed
ahmedmed Aug 18 2014, 7:31pm replied:

and more more more

hehehe

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Alberto309
Alberto309 Aug 18 2014, 10:55pm says:

Wohoo! This is what I was waiting for! :D

The animations looks amazingly realistic! Unlike many other games that, for instance, when you move the view, the player model "skates" on the ground, completely broking the realism. Which is something awful and awkward to see in nowadays videogames that should have a lot more potential.
You all have proven your talent and your perfectionism.
Congratulations. :)

Also, Kieran made an excellent job with the player model! He's a really talented modeller, seriously! I'm genuinely glad to have had the pleasure to have met him. :)

As always, great job Meteor Pixel!

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Kieran88
Kieran88 Aug 19 2014, 12:59pm replied:

Thanks a lot man! :)

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Alberto309
Alberto309 Aug 20 2014, 12:16am replied:

You're welcome!

My comment was a must mate. :)

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raeldrikp
raeldrikp Aug 21 2014, 3:24am says:

Can't wait till I cut some samurai down as a Tenchu-styled ninja

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SinKing
SinKing Aug 21 2014, 8:20am says:

That's a simple fix. I'm a bit puzzled. The modeler/animator must have used auto weighting for the character. These armor plates will need their own bone(s) and be weighted on that bone, not onto the rest of the skeleton. Sometimes I wonder how you can do that advanced looking Unity stuff with Mo-Cap and all the nice modeling, but fail at e.g. rigging basics, such as this one.

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sam.ibbitson
sam.ibbitson Aug 26 2014, 4:14pm replied:

Hi SinKing, check out our latest GIF post: Meteorpixel.co.uk

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Lutherian90
Lutherian90 Aug 22 2014, 2:50pm says:

I know it is a WIP, but the walking does look a little float-y.

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Commander_Synn
Commander_Synn Aug 28 2014, 4:37pm says:

for me id buy this game if it was about 30 euros (i dont buy games more expensive than that usualy :3) just thought id point that out, as maybe others have a similar budget ^^ (so if its like 50 euros id wait for sale or something)
in anycase this game will be a masterpiece, wish you all the best on the future production of this game^^ ill be following close ;)

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A very quick 1 minute preview of the current build. Please note, we've already noticed a few bugs and are going to aim to get these resolved before the next big video update.

Everything you see in the video is very much a Work-in-Progress, but feel free to share your thoughts and give any feedback :) !

Kudos goes to Kieran for the stunning character model, and Jay for the code driving the camera and character movement.

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Aug 18th, 2014
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