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Have it your way.

<span class="bold">Way of The Samurai 4</span>, a crazy, feudal samurai adventure, is available now, DRM-free on GOG.com with a 40% launch discount.

You haven't roamed like this before (unless you played this series before). Way of the Samurai is a previously Playstation exclusive series that's famous for being positively ridiculous, and immensely influenced by your own choices. The series premieres on PC with Way of the Samurai 4, the biggest, most malleable entry so far. You arrive at a fictional Japanese port in a vaguely feudal setting, from this point on - the story is yours.

Way of the Samurai 4 presents a uniquely Japanese take on nonlinearity. You're both capable of changing the world around you, and impressively insignificant.
The world isn't going to wait up for you to make up your mind, events will continue taking place, and the end is inevitable. How you choose to play the cards you're dealt, and whether you decide do anything at all, will affect the outcome. Beneath an action-adventure layer, the game is also a true role playing sandbox - become a samurai hero, a selfish bandit, or a suave, silent protagonist. You'll have a huge amount of control in creating your character or how you play him, and if you ever want to interrupt a cutscene by slashing everyone to pieces, well, that's your prerogative.

You can also pick up the <span class="bold">Way of The Samurai 4 DLC Pack</span>, including new missions, new weapons, new clothing, and returning characters! Check it out.

Walk your path in the <span class="bold">Way of The Samurai 4</span>, available now, DRM-free on GOG.com. The launch discount will last for one week, until October 9, 12:59 PM GMT.
Oh my god; Francine, these chocodiles. Oh my god; these chocodiles, Francine.... Oh my god.

Words can't express how surprised and happy I am to see this quirky, yet beautiful game come here.
Nice release.
Decent series and there aren't that many samurai games here.
And no regional pricing, so it can be done.
A round of applause to SCPM, who correctly called this one.
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Smannesman: Nice release.
Decent series and there aren't that many samurai games here.
And no regional pricing, so it can be done.
Although we do have Sword of the Samurai, which has a lot of similiarities with WotS.
Post edited September 29, 2015 by jamyskis
Oh my gaaaaawd! I never expected to see this DRM-free in a million years! It's amazing the Add to Cart button withstood the force of my mouse click.
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jamyskis: Although we do have Sword of the Samurai, which has a lot of similiarities with WotS.
I'm aware, hence 'not that many' instead of 'this is the one and only samurai game here'.
Its nice to see this game making it to GoG (I almost broke my controller because of this game xD), going to buy it later. ^^

One question though, is the DLC pack worth it ?
For those unaware, the game is locked to 30 fps with no way to unlock it.
Never heard of the series.
This game is hysterical.
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DrearierSpider: For those unaware, the game is locked to 30 fps with no way to unlock it.
So a lazy console port.
I vaguely remember TotalBiscuit talking about another one a couple of months ago.
Nice, didn't expect this game here, wishlisted! :D
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Smannesman: I'm aware, hence 'not that many' instead of 'this is the one and only samurai game here'.
Well, there aren't all that many samurai PC games in general. Samurai Warriors 2 and First Samurai come to mind (the second one never made it to PC), but neither game is really about samurai culture. You could probably count Nobunaga's Ambition and Shogun: Total War at a (very long) stretch.

The PS1 and PS2 were really the best platforms for samurai games. Bushido Blade 1&2, the early WotS games, Onimusha, Soul of the Samurai, Sword of the Samurai (the PS2 game not related to the Microprose title of the same name) and Genji come to mind immediately.
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Mr.Caine: This game is hysterical.
I would rather play the unreleased Yakuza game spin offs that take place in Medieval Japan.
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darthspudius: Never heard of the series.
Me neither. Appears the first 3 are PS3 only games. Is there much point buying the fourth in the series if we don't have the background three? Looks ok though.