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    Berserk and the Band of the Hawk

    Game » consists of 6 releases. Released Oct 27, 2016

    A "Warriors" game based on the manga Berserk.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Berserk and the Band of the Hawk last edited by jjroberts on 01/14/23 04:33AM View full history

    Berserk Musou is a 3D tactical-action/hack-and-slash game, set in large arenas based on various locations in the Berserk universe. Players may pick a single character to control in a large environment, where they will face hordes of demons and other monsters to slay in battle. Playable characters can fill a Frenzy Mode gauge by battling, entering a period of time upon activation where they take no damage (but still receive knockback) and can do much more damage, performing bloody Obliterations. Obliterations will fill a second meter that, when full, allows characters to perform their unique Deathblow, a single large attack that deals immense damage and will refill some of its own gauge.

    In addition, certain characters have a special Transformation ability that allows them to change forms and become increasingly stronger, destroying enemies in a single blow. For example, Guts' Transformation Move has him don the infamous Berzerk Armor, Zodd can morph into his apostle form and Griffith can smite foes as the God Hand Femto.

    Players can battle on multiple stages, and experience a story mode where they will progress through the story of Berserk, from the Golden Age Arc up to the Falcon of the Millennium Empire Arc. In this mode, players can interact with characters, partake in monstrous boss battles from the series and relive the tragic tale of Guts, cleaving through multiple apostles at a time. Some story areas will have cutscenes directly ripped from the series' animation counterpart.

    In addition, players can test the highest limits of their survival in "Endless Eclipse", where they encounter endless waves of enemies until their character is overwhelmed. In this mode, any playable character can be

    chosen and an AI-controlled partner is available to provide assistance.

    Playable characters can level up by fighting in battles, thus growing stronger and gaining access to new moves and combos. Characters can also collect accessories by defeating enemies and bosses, or by buying them from the shop. Equipping these accessories provide various stat boosts such as slightly higher health or faster cooldown times for Kill-Crush moves. Endless Eclipse provides the opportunity to gain character-exclusive accessories with better stats as well.


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