Jade Empire game for Xbox
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  • The stages are very interesting and intricate

    • by Stargazer
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      Jade Empire is an Asian-inspired RPG adventure game for the Xbox game system, designed by Edmonton, Alberta, Canada’s Bioware Corp. Jade Empire is a treat for the senses if you are into games that look and sound really gorgeous. It features vast landscapes, and music by a real orchestra playing authentic Asian instruments.

      The game is based on Eastern mythology, ancient texts, and classic Kung Fu movies, so you get a mix of factual stuff with lots of imaginitive content. The character designs are

      rich and impressive.

      One of the characters, Scholar Ling, has the most realistic face I’ve ever seen in a video game to date. That kind of precision helps the player to connect with the character.

      The Story - Jade Empire follows the classic scenario: you are the top martial arts student in your school set in idyllic surroundings. You are told that you will have great and difficult journey to take some day.

      Everything is fine until your school is attacked, your master is ...

      • kidnapped, all hell breaks loose, and the journey starts there. The perfect formula!

        Game play - Jade Empire looks great, and the characters’ move fluidly.

        You acquire a large selection of skills, abilities and martial arts styles that you can map to different areas of the directional pad, so as long as you remember where you put what, your character is easy to control. This is an easy game for anyone to just pick up and jump right into.

        You also meet some really

        colorful people along they way, and they become your gang. Later, you get the ability to play as different characters, but this is very brief and happens much later in the game.

        The stages are very interesting and intricate. You can tell the designers put years of research and skill into this game.

        The only negative things I can think of about this game is that it is rather short, but that could be seen as a positive for someone that wants to get through the game quickly, or someone who plays slowly.

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