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Blade Hunter

Blade Hunter is a beat 'em up browser MMORPG in the tradition of arcade classics. Players choose one of three powerful classes – Valkyrie, Knight, and Rogue – and set off on a side-scrolling journey to unlock legendary combat techniques and stop the world from plunging into all-out war.


FEATURES

  • A wide array of moves | from basic melee strikes, to brutal uppercuts, to devastating Bladesoul summons.
  • A huge bestiary of enemies | inspired by myth and legend will try their best to prevent the Blade Hunters from succeeding in their quest.
  • NPC sidekicks | there to help every player on the battlefield

 
Promo codes already in use Posted by mountainpatrick on February 2, 2014 @ 4:43PM

Fourth Playable Class Added

Fourth Playable Class Added - Blade Hunter News

R2 Games has announced that a fourth playable character has been added to its online brawler, Blade Hunter. The Mechanist, as the name implies, is a master of inventive mechanized combat. In addition to the Mechanist, the latest update brings a level cap increase, a new quest zone, new guild features and much more.

Posted Mar 06, 2014 by Suzie Ford

Taking the Best & Worst of Side-Scrolling Beat 'Em Ups

Taking the Best & Worst of Side-Scrolling Beat 'Em Ups - Blade Hunter News

Blade Hunter is a browser-based MMORPG that taps into ancient mechanics but brings them into the modern era by introducing many of the standard systems of MMORPGs today. Reality Squared Games is taking a crack at it this time around, and I'm keen to dive in and find out if these two genres can be combined to create something even greater than the sum of its parts.

Posted Feb 12, 2014 by Suzie Ford