Is Genji: Days of the Blade playable on any cloud gaming services?

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No, Genji: Days of the Blade is currently not playable on cloud gaming. As soon as it becomes available on one of the services we're tracking, we’ll update this page.

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Genji: Days of the Blade is not available on:

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Description: It’s been three years since Yoshitune Minamoto and Benkei Musashibo, warriors of the Genji Clan, defeated the Heishi Clan in a war over the “Amahagane”. The Amahagane are sacred jewels which grant the owners godlike powers, such as Kamui. Now, rumors are spreading of new, ungodly creatures fighting with Heishi warriors, even without the powers of Amahagane. Yoshitsune and his companions must draw their weapons again, and with the new strength given to them by the Amahagane, defeat the new evil to save all of Japan. Genji: Days of the Blade, sequel to the PlayStation 2 game Genji: Dawn of the Samurai, is an action game, based in ancient/feudal Japan, in which you must defeat a new, mysterious source of evil to save your country. You control one of four characters (changeable in real-time), each with their own weapons, abilities, strengths, and weaknesses. Yoshitsune Minamoto and Benkei Musashibo, the main characters of the previous game, join with Gozen Shizuka and Lord Buson to complete their quest. Yoshitsune is a young warrior who wields a katana in each hand, Benkei is a mighty warrior-monk who uses a war club and a naginata for weapons. Shizuka is a nimble priestess who is adept with chained blades, and Buson is a God of War from the Overworld who carries a double saber and can use supernatural powers. The game play involves fighting many enemies and bosses with regular attacks, combo attacks, and Kamui. Kamui is a power that you can use to summon a magical space around you in which you unleash multiple special attacks on surrounding enemies by pressing buttons in series as they appear on the screen. Your Kamui bar fills as you land successful hits on opponents. The characters travel through both levels based on real locations in Japan and fantasy locations, defeating everything from regular Heishi warriors to giant, mutated enemy crabs. The level design involves platformer elements and solving small puzzles, such as destroying Masho flowers scattered throughout an area to open a door. The game also has RPG elements; you collect Amahagane and Mashogane hidden around levels and from fallen enemies. They can be used to augment character stats and weapon attack power, respectively. You can also find new weapons and items such as herbs with healing properties, or scrolls that give you attack bonuses for a period of time.

Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. (SCEI)

Developer: Game Republic Inc.

Release Date: 11.11.2006

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Frequently Asked Questions

For an overview of devices that support playing Genji: Days of the Blade via cloud gaming, see the table below. It provides details about each device and the cloud gaming services they work with.

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Available devices for playing Genji: Days of the Blade on cloud gaming

For an optimal cloud gaming experience, the requirements aren’t typically determined by the individual games like Genji: Days of the Blade but rather the cloud gaming service and desired streaming quality.

Here’s a general breakdown:

  • Basic Gameplay: A minimum internet speed of 5 to 15 Mbps is usually required.
  • 4K Cloud Gaming: For the best 4K streaming experience, a bandwidth of at least 40 Mbps is recommended.

For an in-depth look at various providers and their requirements, check the “Info” link in our availability boxes above. For broader insights and tips on optimization, explore our guide on cloud gaming internet speed requirements.

Genji: Days of the Blade is not yet available on a cloud gaming service and therefore there is no way to play Genji: Days of the Blade for free. Stay tuned and we will update it here as soon as more information becomes available.

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At the moment, Genji: Days of the Blade isn’t available for cloud gaming.

However, once it is, we’ll provide an update here, letting you know about controller compatibility and the cloud gaming services that support it.

Currently Genji: Days of the Blade is not yet playable via cloud gaming, but as soon as it is, we will let you know here if it is possible to play in multiplayer mode and on which cloud gaming services.

No, Genji: Days of the Blade is not currently available on Boosteroid.

No, Genji: Days of the Blade is not currently available on GeForce Now.

No, Genji: Days of the Blade is not currently available on Shadow.

No, Genji: Days of the Blade is not currently available on airgpu.

No, Genji: Days of the Blade is not currently available on Amazon Luna.

No, Genji: Days of the Blade is not currently available on Blacknut.

No, Genji: Days of the Blade is not currently available on Xbox Cloud.

No, Genji: Days of the Blade is not currently available on Playstation Now.