Lights, Camera, Character Action: Sword Of The Berserk Guts’ Rage

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

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Sword of the Berserk: Guts’ Rage is the first time the Berserk franchise was ever introduced in the West. The game is set just after the series ended as a sort of companion piece to the original story.

With the original writer KentarĊ Miura co-writing the story and producing art for the game helps make it a much more faithful adaption of the franchise than most other mediums this series has dipped its toes in.

Published by Eidos in early 2000, Sword of the Berserk: Guts’ Rage, apart from having a stupidly long name, not only introduced Berserk to the West but also action game concepts we take for granted today.

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  • Mr0303

    Tony Jay is a brilliant choice as the narrator. He’s perfectly suited for the grim-dark Berserk atmosphere.

    This does look like a hidden gem on the Dreamcast and I’m rather impressed that they incorporated a new story that fits so well in the universe.

    I can see how the combat in tight spaces could get annoying after a while, but including this disadvantage of Guts’ weapon of choice is a direct homage to his duel with Serpico.

    Another similar hack and slash in the Berserk universe (or even a remaster of this one) would be most welcome.