Originally available only as PlayStation 3 exclusive, cult-favourite series Way of the Samurai will soon be making its PC debut later this year with Way of the Samurai 4, the port's publisher Ghostlight announced
Released to mixed critical reception in 2012, Way of the Samurai 4 was a PS3-exclusive, though previous entries in the series have appeared on Xbox 360, PSP and PS2. The series has always been something of a love-it-or-hate-it proposition with its Dead Rising-esque time system that sees players trying to accomplish as much as they can in a scant few hours. Whatever they miss will have to be discovered upon subsequent playthroughs.
This latest entry in the series is set in 19th century Japan where you play as a ronin who gets involved in a three-way conflict between shogunate pro-governmental forces, the nationalistic isolationists, and the Anglo Saxon foreign powers.
Check out the original launch trailer below to relive game's classic look, and keep an eye out for further info on the game's release.