OKAMI HD / 大神 絶景版

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OKAMI HD / 大神 絶景版
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About OKAMI HD / 大神 絶景版

About this game

The Wolf of Nippon Street

Experience a true work of art with the HD edition of the critically-acclaimed Okami. With this Steam key, players will follow the journey of Amaterasu, the Japanese sun goddess who inhabits the form of a legendary white wolf, Shiranui.

Venture into a Sumi-e ink art style world on a quest to defeat Orochi, the eight-headed demon responsible for turning the world into a ruined wasteland.

THE BRUSH IS MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD
Harness Amaterasu’s magical abilities alongside special items, attacks and Celestial Brush techniques to restore the land of Nippon to its former glory. Embark on missions to help a cast of quirky and intriguing characters, and defeat a bevy of brutal enemies to rid the land of Orochi’s curse.

HD UPGRADE AND MORE
Choose between a modern widescreen format or the original 2007 release’s 4:3 ratio. Interactive loading game screens from the original game are also included, allowing players to earn bonus demon fangs which can be traded for in-game items.

YOUR OFFICIAL OKAMI HD STEAM KEY GIVES YOU:

  • Additional upgrades and features
  • Critically-acclaimed adventure now in HD
  • Traditional Japanese art style combined in a cel-shaded world

Game Details

Release Date:
December 12, 2017
Developer:
Capcom
Publisher:
CAPCOM
Rating:
PEGI rating of 12
Supported Languages:
English +

Product Requirements

Minimum:

  • OS: WINDOWS® 7 SP1, 8.1, 10 (64-BIT Required)
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2500,3.3GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 470
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 34 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound compatible (must support DirectX® 9.0c or higher)

Recommended:

  • OS: WINDOWS® 7 SP1, 8.1, 10 (64-BIT Required)
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i7 3770 3.4GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 950
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 34 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectSound compatible (must support DirectX® 9.0c or higher)

YouTube Videos

OKAMI HD (New Game Plus)Walkthrough part 44

October 17, 2022

Okami - Episode 1

December 14, 2010

Okami HD | Part 8| Lets Boogie

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Critic Reviews

100 / 100
"Okami HD is a fantastic game that I cannot recommend enough; at its $19.99 price tag, that is practically giving the game away."
95 / 100
"Aside from a few minor gripes and this re-release of the game not offering much else from the 2012 PlayStation 3 re-release (other than higher resolutions and the return of...
90 / 100
"Okami was a high point of the PS2 era, fusing its action to an incredible art style that was years ahead of its time. It takes a bit to get moving from the opening section, but...
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4.8

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Fanatical User
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Okami is one of those games that has has about five different cult followings, cultivated individually over time. It's a game you're naturally inclined to be a bit too lenient to. A game about a Japanese god bringing light to the world and solving the problems that plague the era, all communicated through some interesting Zelda-esque gameplay, constant oddball turns, and a dog doing dog things as a protagonist. Cherry on top, this is a pretty fantastic port of the game that conserves everything that it did well and plays perfectly on PC. Trouble is, and there's no nice way to put this, I am not a 7-12 year old who played this when it first released on PS2 15 years ago. While every other aspect is interesting, accessible, memorable, and sticks with you, the actual gameplay and pacing of Okami is designed for a 7-12 year old playing this in 2006. If you have a reading level above 5th grade, you're going to be very bored with this game's constant, slow, boring dialogue sections. If you have the attention span of someone who does not live in 2006 and has more things to do than none, you're going to be bored by the wide, empty maps you have to continually trudge along to do any side content. If you have the standards of someone who isn't a very young teen and only gets one game this year, then you're going to be bored by the repetitive combat, the threadbare quests, the monotonous progression, the linear dungeons, pretty much everything. Okami is a tough sell these days. The two reactions you're going to see are "This is amazing, because I played it when I was 7-12 in 2006" or "I am beyond bored, I tried, I got some headways and I just had to stop, I'm sorry". I 100%'d Okami. It took about 45 hours, so probably 25-30 hours for a casual playthrough, and it felt like 120. It's not the first time I've played Okami, either, the first time I got pretty far and I had to stop because I was bored out of my mind back when the Wii HD release dropped. But it stuck with me, and I gave it another go, finished it. Okami has a lot of good ideas, goes to weird places, and ends with a bang, but the execution and pacing is probably going to lose you if you don't have severe nostalgia to keep you running. Still, if you've got the tolerance, the adjusted standards, and maybe some podcasts to play in the background while you're grinding out the side stuff - in short bursts - then this is an experience of a game that's probably going to stick with you in a way that no...
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Grinnerz
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There is no way that I can describe Okami other than "beautiful". The visual style is not like any other game I've ever played and the story and gameplay are solid. Yeah, there are some clunky parts like the camera and lengthy textboxes but it holds up today just as well as when it first came out way back when. I'd recommend using a gamepad as keyboard controls seem awkward to me.
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Heather Sage Lavender
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I forgot how beautiful this game is, and how fun it is to cover people in ink. My only dislikes are that the gibberish voices playing over the dialogue can be annoying if you're not in the mood for it, and the dialogue itself is a bit slow. At least you can normally speed the dialogue up just by pressing a button/key or two. Honestly, I dread the kimono drawing mini-game and the last Blockhead more than anything. Other than those few quibbles, I fully recommend Okami, especially if you missed it during the original release.
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Fanatical User
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Pure art. It has an ink style to it which really sets it apart
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Jeshibu
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Beautiful and bountiful in content. Very charming, and the metroidvania elements work well. Highly recommended.
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Fanatical User
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Very good game with a slow build up in the beginning, gameplay reminiscent of classic Zelda games.
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JS
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Excellent game that has been ported well onto the PC. Can't wait to play this on the Steam Deck!
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Snacc
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My favorite game of all time. What isn't there to say? - Fantastic music - Gorgeous art style - Story will keep you hooked - Fun, unique gameplay
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