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Jade Empire PC Media - movie
(hx) 07:13 PM EST - Feb,06 2007 - Post a comment
2K Games sent out a Jade Empire: Special Edition trailer, showing cutscene and gameplay footage from the upcoming PC version of this BioWare action RPG. There are several new images as well. They doesn't look too bad considering it's a port. Jade Empire: Special Edition will be in stores February 26 (system requirements).

Update: Gamespot has posted a new preview:
The PC version of Jade Empire supports both gamepads and the mouse and keyboard, though most PC gamers are going to use the mouse-and-keyboard approach. Thankfully, the keyboard control scheme corresponds to the traditional third-person action controls seen in most games. The W, A, S, and D keys control movements, while attacks are handled with the left and right mouse buttons. One touch that takes getting used to is that when in a fight, your character always faces your opponent automatically, which can make it a bit tricky to navigate, especially with the rotating nature of the camera.
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