Activision Value has announced that Hundred Swords, its PC port of the real-time strategy game originally released for the Sega Dreamcast, has shipped and will soon arrive in stores. The original Dreamcast game was developed by Smilebit, the same in-house Sega development team that created Jet Grind Radio and Typing of the Dead for the Dreamcast. The game features four warring factions in medieval fantasy world. Players assume the role of the king or queen, and they can build an army of archers, mages, cavalry, and infantry. The game's single-player campaign features 18 missions divided into seven chapters, while the multiplayer mode lets up to four players compete over a network connection.
Hundred Swords for the PC will soon be available in stores for an approximate retail price of $29.99. For more information, take a look at our previous coverage of the game.