Jade Empire: Special Edition for PC
PC - Windows

Jade Empire: Special Edition

Feb 27, 2007
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About this game

Developer: LTI Gray Matter
Content Rating: Mature


In the ancient, mysterious world of Jade Empire, train under your master's watchful eye and learn powerful martial arts and mystical powers. Travel across the world, from the harsh mountains of the Land of Howling Spirits to the lush gardens of the Imperial City. Face powerful human and supernatural foes. Learn exotic and magical martial arts. Discover the darkest secrets of the world. Only by mastering the greatest fighting styles and defeating the most powerful enemies will you earn your place as a master of martial arts in the world of Jade Empire.

This enhanced PC version of the Xbox hit features new monsters, combat styles, challenges, and exclusive items.

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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
Kevin VanOrdFeb 22, 2007
Whether or not you should play Jade Empire: Special Edition entirely depends on whether you've already played it on the Xbox. If you have, the few additions and enhancements aren't worth another purchase since they don't add anything truly noteworthy, and unlike the Xbox-to-PC conversion of Fable, which extended that game by several hours, the PC and Xbox iterations of Jade Empire take the same 20 hours to complete.
Steve ButtsFeb 19, 2007
Like the PC version of Knights of the Old Republic before it, Jade Empire is a remarkable RPG that, apart from better graphics and load times, really has little to separate it from the Xbox version from two years ago. If you've played it before, there's nothing here that you can't miss. If you missed the game on the Xbox, however, you're in for a real treat.
jkdmediaFeb 26, 2007
Jade Empire remains one of my favorite RPGs from the last generation of consoles. It has style, depth, drama, and action all compact into one lengthy RPG. It may not have as much replay value as say Baldur’s Gate or Neverwinter Nights, but the artwork and the worlds created are breathtaking.

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