A calamity has brought the Knights, Samurai and Vikings to engage in a perpetual war of what was left over. An uneasy peace is interrupted by a mysterious force called the Blackstone Legion.

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Jeremy Bernstein (additional writing), Erik J. Caponi (additional narrative director) (as Erik Caponi) | 7 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Amber Goldfarb ... Siv (voice)
Andreas Apergis ... Hervis Daubeny (voice)
Catherine Kidd ... Apollyon (voice)
Courtenay Taylor ... The Orochi (Female) (voice)
Erin Cottrell ... Mercy (voice)
Evan Buliung ... Holden Cross (voice)
Fred Tatasciore ... Viking Warlord Stigandr (voice)
Jennifer Hale ... The Warden (Female) (voice)
Jonathan Adams ... Okuma (voice)
Josh Keaton ... The Orochi (Male) (voice)
Julianne Grossman ... Ranja (voice)
Shawn Baichoo ... Conqueror / Hitokiri / Japanese Ram Commander (voice)
Liam O'Brien ... The Warden (Male) (voice)
Louis Philippe Dandenault ... Seijuro (voice)
Melanie Minichino ... Momiji (voice)

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A great calamity devastated the continent, forcing the survivors to fight for resources. After a millennium of perpetual war between them all, the Ashfeld Knights, Valknenheim Vikings and the Samurai of the Myre have gradually grown isolated and an uneasy peace as formed between the three peoples. Ashfeld became weak and insignificant, the Vikings began playing petty games of bloody politics, and the Samurai became embroiled in a civil war. In order to change that, a woman named Apollyon leads the Blackstone Legion not to bring peace, but to bring strength to the factions by reigniting war and beginning a new age of war. Written by Nonuv Urbeeznus

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The character armor designs were purposely made inaccurate to have a cinematic look to the game. See more »

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Okay for 11 year olds to play
25 February 2017 | by peterziegler-46443See all my reviews

The game is rated m for mature but I would say is okay do eleven and up. There is executions but they don't depict very much. There is also not a lot of blood. I have watch my son play the game and I actually think it is an awesome game. The game is just wonderful and delightful. It is no worse then the knife combat in battle field one.


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14 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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