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Looks cool though. Bear in mind though that most explosions conist of no fire. An explosion is simply a fast reaction and involves the rapid expansion of gas. You'd get plenty of dirt and shrapnel, but no fire.
About the kickstarter:
Although we haven't seen much in-game, I can say that the Bushido team (Meteor Pixel, right?) seems quite dedicated to the project. You guys have been breaking your backs over this game, and it'd be a pain to see our hopes and dreams fail. Bushido seems a promising title, and you can rest assured: I'm sure I speak for a vast majority of the community when I say...
YOU'VE GOT MY MONEY!!!
'really cool rewards'
I would gladly donate, but please, don't hand out anything too OP. Preferrably, nothing that cannot be earned in-game either. Basically, no Antimatter Blades, Lightsabers, etc.
Not telling you how to run your game, just sharing opinions and concerns. :)
How soon? We need Bushido!
But the end product will be so amazing, you won't think twice about parting with your dear cash!
Click HD view. New desktop background acquired.
Know what? Screw katanas. These images are sharp enough to cut a mountain in half.
Beautiful... Great job, can't wait to get blood all over your lovely new dojo!
PS: I love the detail, from the mountains in the background to the textures and models and buildings and all of that cool Bushido stuff! ;)
Yeah. It wasn't until the day after I posted that comment that I realised that.
Just HOW short, exactly? In comparison to the Katana, I'd assume 'short' means similar length to a Chivalry MaA mace or something.
Additionally, do you have a release date estimate? Sometime 2013, or 2014?
Seven hells. Why is it that good, professional-looking mods like this are buried in several pages of ****, while the bad mods are the first things that show up on the ModDB list?
Ah, so it's more like the Bardiche?
edit: Oops, forgot to click reply... :/
I suppose this is kind of like the Bushido equivalent of a Chivalry Zweihander? Lol.
Looks a little OP.
Looks great. Now we just need someone to host it... Lol.
I love you guys...
Dishonour for BACKSTABS (something I hate in Chivalry), KILL STEALING (something I hate in Chivalry) and TEAMKILLING (something I hate in Chivalry). I love you! I love you! I love you!!!!!!!!!
edit: I think I'm gonna be dishonourable. No way am I slicing open my own stomach just because I lost a duel. Nty.
Bushi is a Standalone, but come on... Spartans VS Samurai? What ******** is this!? Bushido all the way!
If only Bushido were better known. That ****** Chivalry: Deadliest Warrior would get barely any sales. Plus, Bushido would recieve more income giving them more resources (and of course, motivation) to make the end product better.
So beautiful...! But I want to be honourable! xD
Will it be possible to use this gun but still have high honour, by counteracting the negative honour 'points' by being extremely honourable in other scenarios?
Tanegashima? I both love and hate you. ^^
That is going to be so totally epic, but now people will hate Archers even more. Still how epic would that be? Put a bullet in them, and before they can retaliate, unsheath the concealed blade and decapitate them. Bushido just got awesome... -er.
Oh, thank goodness.
Thanks for taking the time to reply. Also, how will the Honour system work? I really do like the sound of this. Does it work as an incentive for players to act more honourably, so decent players don't have to listen to the usual 'honour in a video game? get off the internet lol' crap that we must endure when we play Chivalry?
How does it work? How does it affect players and/or player actions? How do you earn it?
Sorry for the barrage of questions. Bushido interests me. I am excited, and I am thoroughly captivated.
I think even in Japan, females did not have a large role in warfare. They were still present, but it was rare to find a female samurai. Females, such as the wife of a samurai, were expected to defend the household in times of war, though. There was En.wikipedia.org though. Women were not prohibited from fighting, but nonetheless it wasn't common to find a female warrior.
Although, look at DayZ. There is the 'Female' option, but nobody picks it. Bushido will probably be much the same, if there's a female option. People may pick it, but it will probably be an uncommon occurance, in keeping with historical accuracy.
XP? Oh god... Please, don't make Bushido one of those crap RPGs like World of Warcraft, but in first person. The detritus where a level 24 will always beat a level 19. Where it's just numbers on a screen, and you are completely severed from your avatar in-game, with only numbers flashing up on the screen to remind you this is not a bad movie. Unless you mean to be like Chivalry, where 'level' is only an indicator of playtime, with no actual function.
How do you intend to use 'XP' in game? What mechanics will it influence?
Great news. And at the same time, bad news. You're right when you say 'We realize that this new will leave many people disappointed'. This is good news as well as dissapointing news though. Instead of being limited by Chivalry, Bushido I assume will be able to expand and be more detailed, and developed and a higher quality end product will be most welcome.
Question. If Bushido is going standalone, then how will the fighting work? How will it differ from Chivalry, because surely it is against copyright laws to copy game mechanics? If it's a mod, that's one thing, but...? Forgive me, I'm a young chap and I have not been educated in the ways of copyright.
Dead. The only Chivalry mod that showed any promise, Bushido Feudal Warfare has now been taken down. Wtf ModDB?
Everyone loves Katanas so long as the folded steel with the v. high carbon outer 'shell' is razor sharp and can slice through steel plate realistically.
This is great to hear. I do intend to regularly check this page and I will definately be following the development of Bushido!
I believe that Japanese warriors viewed the use of a shield as an act of cowardice. Just like almost every Chivalry player sees the use of a bow/crossbow/javelin as cowardice.
edit: Most Japanese weapons were 2-handed, also, and thus a shield would be a hindrance. There was however something called a Horo, which was a stiffened silk cloak that was worn by messengers (tsukai) and bodyguards (yojimbo) and could stop arrows moderately effectively. I believe there was also some kind of mop-like device that when spun could 'catch' arrows. Not sure about this though.