Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun is a real-time tactics video game that you can find on Valve's Steam store, GOG, and the Humble Store. By the way, did you like Commandos? Why am I asking you this? Simple, as you will see in the introduction video that I have left you on this paragraph, you will see the resemblance to the mythical video game that has hooked many and continues to like other nostalgic people.
And by the way, although it is not relevant, if you are a fan of the saga of Commandos, you can test it from any system and browser, since it has been moved to HTML5. You do not believe it? See for yourself. Specifically, the first version of this title has been recreated with its 20 levels that you can play online as I have said. But this is not the news that I want to present to you.
Well, the good news is that there are Commandos alternatives for Windows on Linux, although you can always pull Wine or Windows virtual machines from your distro for fun. But the good thing is having a native game like Shadow Tactics: Blades Of The Shogun. But in this case, instead of being set in the time of World War II, it takes Asian attempts with samurai as protagonists (set in Japan in 1615), which gives it a quite different touch.
The dynamics of the game reminds me a lot of Commandos as I said, and the controls are similar, only the graphics seem to be even more cared for (Although it is not fair to compare a more modern game with an older one in this regard) And what else to say ... The best thing is that you try it yourself and tell us, if you have already done it you can leave your comments with the opinion it deserves. It costs € 39,99 on Steam, and for a few more euros you can have access to additional content.