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Garshasp: The Monster Slayer

System Requirement:
* Operating System Windows XP (SP3) / Vista (SP2) / 7;
* Processor Intel Pentium 4@2.8 GHz
* 2 GB of RAM;
* Video Card NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GTX / ATI Radeon x 1300
* 3 GB of free hard disk space;
* Sound Card compatible with DirectX 9.0;
* DirectX 9.0c;
* Device for reading DVD;
* Keyboard and mouse.


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Game Description:
             Garshasp: The Monster Slayer is a third person action-adventure video game developed by Dead Mage Inc. for Microsoft Windows and Linux.The story and the game are based on the adventures of the mythological Persian monster-slayer Garshasp.It was developed by Dead Mage based on an earlier project by the now defunct Fanafzar Sharif Game Studios.Garshasp was released for Windows independently online on May 8, 2011, and was released through the Steam and GamersGate services a day later.
            Garshasp: The Monster Slayer is a third person action-adventure game, taking place in mythological ancient Persia, in a world occupied by monsters and Deevs.The game focuses mainly on combat with large weapons and heavy combo moves. Platforming and puzzle solving also play a major role in the gameplay style.  Garshasp has the ability to jump, double jump, and dodge as well as unleash light and heavy attacks. These attacks can be executed in certain orders allowing for several different manoeuvres which vary in combat strength and character animation. As the game progress Garshasp can also accumulate further levels of experience which can further unlock new attacks.
          The more attacks the player engages in also subsequently raises Garshasp's Rage meter, enabling the player to execute even more different combat manoeuvres. Garshasp can also despatch weaker enemies through an action resulting in an instant kill, which is useful for dispatching large amounts of enemies. Stronger foes can also be felled in this manner, although they first must be weakened by conventional attacks.


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