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January 21, 2015 8:41 pm Published by

Blackguards 2

 

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BLACKGUARDS 2

BLACKGUARDS 2

BLACKGUARDS 2 TRAINER:

 

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How to using this Trainer?

1. Launch the trainer first

2. Launch the Game

3. Press F1 at the Main Menu

4. Listen for “Trainer Activated”

5.Press desired hotkey

 

Options (Trainer):

Numpad 1: Refill Health, Mana & Stamina Of Current Character
Numpad 2: Set AP To 5,000
Numpad 3: Enable Developer Console

BLACKGUARDS 2 screenshots

BLACKGUARDS 2 screenshots

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System requirements:

Recommended: Quad Core 2.4 GHz, 4 GB RAM, graphic card 896 MB GeForce GTX 275/512 MB Radeon HD 4770 or better, 12 GB HDD, Windows Vista(SP2),7(SP1),8
Minimum: Dual Core 2 GHz, 4 GB RAM, graphic card 256 MB GeForce 8600 GT/Radeon HD 2600 XT or better, 12 GB HDD, Windows XP

Blackguards 2 is the sequel of the turn-based strategy-RPG and will deliver more hexfield battles and an even grittier story filled with violence and crime. Choose your playstyle: no matter if front line combat monster, mage or ranged fighter it’s in your hands how you want to develop your character. Every action has consequences, so make your decisions wisely. Death may be just around the corner. Blackguards 2 strips the series of a tad of its past freedom by not letting you create your own character, but the story’s the better for it. The spotlight here falls on Cassia of Tenos, who’s spent years in a dungeon crawling with giant spiders who bite her and fill her mind with literal and figurative poison. Cassia, a young woman of noble descent, has only one goal: She wants to claim the Shark Throne, no matter the price; and be it only for one day. Unfortunately, there are two problems that potentially foil her plans. First of all, she spends her days incarcerated in a dungeon and secondly, there is already a man on her throne: Marwan. She is neither fond nor proficient in matters of diplomacy or politics, so she chooses a more… practical approach. She intends to break out of prison and overthrow Marwan to claim the throne. She is neither fond nor proficient in matters of diplomacy or politics, so she chooses a more… practical approach. She intends to break out of prison and overthrow Marwan to claim the throne herself. For this, she needs strong allies. She needs to recruit an army of Sellswords and rally the Vanquishers of the Nine Hordes around her. Sounds like a solid plan, doesn’t it? But then again, how cunning must one be to escape the dungeon’s walls; and how reckless must one be to gather and command the worst scum of the realms? Cassia’s already a mess, so this is hardly the best crew for giving her advice in her quest for revenge, and it sometimes shows in the decisions she must make as her tale advances. For example, Cassia occasionally has to resort to her own methods of gaining intel by interrogating the prisoners the team brings back to camp. It sometimes gets as dark as it sounds. Hardly surprising, though, as this is a game with loading screens that sometimes feature a man getting disemboweled while another runs a sword across his neck.

Blackguards 2 will again be based on the RPG rulebook of The Dark Eye, but it will come along with some revisions, optimisations and simplifications. The gameplay will focus on turn-based battles once more – this time the players have to conquer Cassia’s lands and defend them against intruders when the need arises. As in a fraction-based game the enemies can recapture the territories from the Blackguards.

If not in a battle, players take care of a lot of quests and the development of their characters. As common in RPGs, the quests will offer optional and alternative plotlines.

Blackguards 2 improves on its predecessor in almost every other respect. Daedalic effectively removed the elements that made last year’s release annoying at all the wrong moments, and left its players with the best parts of the experience. It’s still a methodical, almost plodding tactical roleplaying game, but now it’s easier to find the fun and to enjoy its world and characters.

 

 

 

 

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