Frequently Asked Questions
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How do I play?
Black & White Bushido is an arena fighting game between light and shadow samurai. Battle for control of the light or the dark in multiple arenas, hiding from your foes and striking when they least expect it. We recommend that this game is played with a controller!
What are the different game modes?
There are three different game modes:
Challenge Mode (Single Player Only), where you capture flags and complete objectives to gain as high a score as possible.
Deathmatch (1-4 Players), the first team to score the set amount of kills wins.
Capture the Flag (1-4 Players), teams compete to turn the arena to their team’s colour by capturing flags, the first team to get the whole level to their colour wins!
Is there a difference between the characters?
The differences between characters are purely cosmetic - there is no statistical advantage to any of the characters.
What are Boosters & how do I use them?
Boosters are pickups spread around a level that give players an edge in combat when used. Use booster by pressing B/Circle (controller) or “/” on a Keyboard.
What types of boosters are available?
Where can I play the game?
The game is currently available on Steam (PC and Mac), Xbox One and PlayStation 4!
How much does the game cost?
The game is currently available for £6.99 in the UK Steam store.
What are the system requirements?
To play the game, we can recommend the following minimum system requirements. PC MINIMUM: OS: Windows 7 Processor: DirectX 8 1.2GHz processor Memory: 2 GB RAM Storage: 300 MB available space MAC MINIMUM: OS: 10.10 Processor: 1.6 GHz processor Memory: 2 GB RAM Storage: 300 MB available space
Is the game recommended for children?
Black & White Bushido is currently rated PEGI 12 and is therefore recommended for a plus 12 audience.
How many players can play?
Black and White Bushido supports 1-4 players, locally and online.