DOS - 1983
Description of Bushido
I played this game endlessly with my little brother on our state-of-the-art IBM XT. We were hooked by the fluid animations, cool fighting moves, endless enemies, and well-drawn oriental backgrounds. It also has a good mix of indoor and outdoor levels.
Try as we might, we could never beat the game at difficulty levels beyond 7 (9 is the hardest). At 7, the only way we could beat the sheer number of enemies was to keep our fingers pressed on the "punch" button :)
Definitely a standard-bearer for side-scrolling action games for generations to come.
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
blahblah 2019-01-02 1 point
After playing games like Sopwith, Castle & 3-Demon, playing something like Bushido would blow your mind back in the day. It was like a real arcade game. Other games were usually ASCII graphics or some kind of strategy or adventure game. But, Bushido was a live-action beat-em-up. Even the CGA graphics were decent for the time. Don't expect it to be on-par with Street Fighter II. But, for the time, this was an awesome fighting game.
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