Bushido Single-Player Released
8:36 AM | Andy Largent | Comment on this story
One of the massive 3rd-party works for Bungie's popular title Myth II has been release, called Bushido: The Way of the Warrior. More than just a simple Myth II plug-in, this official solo scenario features five levels, along with a couple of new multiplayer maps. The cost? Unfortunately, the file weighs in at almost 55MB, so you better start that download now. Here's a clip from the website with much more information on what is included:
Some of the five long, intricate, and unique solo levels combine traditional elements of offensive attacks and defensive strategies. Others have elements of stealth. One level even provides a totally new style of gameplay, based on quests in which you must outmatch or outwit your opponents.Bushido is from the amazing folks at Creation Games, so give their site a look for more info on this and other excellent add-ons. Be sure to download the solo scenario from The Mill if you're interested.
Bushido at The Mill
Add to all this the great new artwork, music, and voice narrations you have come to expect from Creation, and you have a quality campaign that will remain in your plugins folder for a long time to come.
BUT WAIT! That's not all! Along with the download, you get two all-new Bushido multiplayer maps from Creation for renewed Bushido fun on bungie.net. Play with your friends and ordermates. AND - You get a plugin called "Shidoblighter" that lets you play six of your favorite Myth2: Soulblighter levels with the Bushido tagset. These levels were previously either unplayable with the Bushido tagset, or impossibly hard. They are "Gonen's Bridge," "Landing at White Falls," "The Stair of Grief," "Walls of Muirthemne," "The Wall," and "Shiver."
You also get a set of films for the solo, completed on Legendary, and a set of optional custom formations for those who use the default Bungie ones.
Bushido Web Site
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